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Spent a fantastic Sunday at Salt Mills . The Hockney exhibition Into Spring on top floor is stunning but thecstarvof Tuesday was the Mill itself . My friend have g engineering background was fascinated and fascinating on the structure itself. Next time you go look...More
Along with several other mills in the district, it is great to see that they are still standing; are still part of the landscape; and have been adapted to a variety of modern uses.
Salts Mill is large and impressive, and the exterior is worth...More
We visited today and were really impressed with Salts Mill. The buildings are awesome. The bookshop is the best I’ve ever been in with a brilliant selection of books of all genres. The food in the cafe was very good. The house shop was a...More
Parking was free because it was Sunday. 1st floor great display of Hockneys and art, photography, fashion, architecture books lovely to wander round perusing. 2nd floor bookshop, nightmare. Too many people but it was Sunday so what do I expect. Stop moaning T. 3rd floor...More
Very long walk from the car park. Okay if you like David Hockney, I didn't like much of his work. Visited all the floors that were available and not impressed at all. The bookshop sold a huge variety of books but all that I saw...More
the present incarnation of the old Salts Mill was the inspiration of the late Jonathan Silver. It is well known for its extensive collection of original works by local Bradford artist David Hockney, but there are many other things to see, not l;eastr some fascinating...More
Ground floor is the David Hockney Gallery where so much of his work is gathered as he is a local boy (just like Lowry is to Salford).
Upper floors contain the massive Book Store and the Hockney Poster Shop plus eateries and cafes and Home...More
Not a huge lot to see. We did the entire building and the surrounding area in probably less than two hours, taking our time. Then we moved on to the BBC Museum which is not far away. We were staying in a Hotel in the centre... More
Not a huge lot to see. We did the entire building and the surrounding area in probably less than two hours, taking our time. Then we moved on to the BBC Museum which is not far away. We were staying in a Hotel in the centre of Bradford and had travelled from Newcastle. Probably wouldn't visit again.