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All reviews book shop david hockney jonathan silver titus salt old mill top floor outdoor clothing well worth a visit third floor art shop espresso bar for sale kitchen shop art materials retail outlets home shop world heritage site
You could spend the whole day here!
Walk and explore the grounds and then explore the mill. Enough for everyone and very varied. The Hockney exhibition is well worth a look, the the history of the mill explores a different past world.
There is an...More
Lovely evening spent here.
It is very unique and n vet scene such a layout for bars.
All staff are friendly and helpful
The only thing I didn’t like is that it can get very warm inside when it’s really busy despite it being spacious...More
Such a lovely place to visit...in truth whether it is a rainy day or not. Each floor has something different and interesting, but it was especially nice to see the large amount of input from David Hockney.
The free car park was only a short...More
I have enjoyed visiting Salts Mill for a few years now. It is a wonderful place and it's just brilliant that, unlike many other historic buildings, it is not being left to ruin but has been turned into a haven for art in Bradford. As...More
Whilst I wouldn’t want to work here it must having been an amazing place in its heyday.
Now it’s arty, visually stunning and a fantastic space to wander around.
With an unrivalled collection of David Hockney paintings, a great restaurant and an amazing kitchen/home shop...More
This vast mill complex in Saltaire near Bradford, has been regenerated to World Heritage status by the late Jonathan Silver and family. Originally built by Titus Salt to give workers not just work but decent housing , do take time to watch the history video...More
Got the bus from Bradford to Saltaire. Only a 20 minute ride. Most of the shops/cafes on the walk down to the mill were closed on a Monday, but the mill had plenty to offer with an interesting book shop, decent restaurant with reasonable prices...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.