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All reviews book shop david hockney jonathan silver titus salt old mill the ground floor outdoor clothing well worth a visit art shop espresso bar for sale art materials home shop world heritage site on display great place to visit early music shop
Went into cafe on second floor. Wasn't impressed service was slow. I decided I would just have a hot chocolate drink. I waited for sometime it finally arrived the hot chocolate was similar to the service,luke warm. Having browsed the menu decided not to eat,...More
Fantastic day out visiting Salts Mill. Great exhibition of David Hockney portraits and if specialist retail outlets is your thing, you have plenty of different choices from jewellery, cafes, bicycles to ancient musical instruments to browse around.
The video telling the history of Salts Mill...More
We had a lovely afternoon in Salts Mill. The shops are excellent, particularly the bookshops in which I could lose myself for hours. I never tire of coming here. We had a late lunch in the cafe on the same floor as the bookshop. It’s...More
Well produced exhibitions in a well presented Mill Building
Worth a trip out as it’s free. Good restaurant in the Mill and many good cafes in Saltaire.
Walk around saltaire too to get an idea of a model village.
We were recommended this by a friend as we were visiting Shipley during the weekend. I wasn't sure what we were expecting, but it far exceeded it!
We parked on the roadside for free (I'm sure you wouldn't be able to do this in Summer...More
We like to wander round the mill and probably visit once a month. The Hockney works are well worth seeing and the bookshop a delight (our 5 year old likes to check out the children’s section).
There are some fabulous gifts too.
All of the...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.
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Leeds for two days (5 Replies)
Hi, I'm gonna stay in Leeds for two days. Besides touring around city of Leeds, I plan to visit York or Salts mill on the other day. If I have to choose, which one is better and easier to reach? Or, it is possible to visit both place between 2 days?.Any suggestion are welcome. Thanks.
June 02, 2008|
Both easy by train. York has more to see and do and would be best option