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What a revelation! We were advised quite by accident to see this wonderful mill and surrounding village. The mill has been lovingly and carefully restored to a multi-purpose venue, with something for everyone. Thanks to a visionary owner, who must have lavished millions on this...More
Walking through this grand edifice to capitalism one can just imagine the throng of workers leaving on the factory hooter, just like Lowry's painting. It is very atmospheric. It houses an exhibition of Hockney and a cafe.
As a local and now visitor to the area I have always loved Salts Mill.
Easily accessible to drive to or on public transport.
The book shop and home wear have always kept me here for hours. The selection is incredible, aspirational but something to...More
Titus Salts Mill is worth a visit whether you are young or old. Many things to view inside of the mill with a very nice place to eat. Hockney works are in the mill. It is an historic building and but is also very modern...More
Salts mill has been tastefully turned into a modern vibrant art gallery and boutique shopping experience. David Hockney art lovers will spend hours here (like I did). The cafes serve great food and the third floor has a good exhibition about the mill and history...More
The Salts Mill is stunning!
David Hockney hanging everywhere and books and fun trinkets for sale on each floor.
Loved our visit here, great to do when raining as you’ll spend a good hour or two walking around.
Lifts inside for those who don’t like...More
We visited to see the Hockney works and were amazed by the sheer number of them. But that was just the start. In that gallery there are so many art books and artists materials. Upstairs the book and poster shop is a wonderful cornucopia of...More
visited with a group and met a guide in costume. We met in the church, the guide played the part of a worker Hannah Dooley and he colleague was Matron of the hospital, we felt as if we had gone back in time we were...More
A real discovery and the whole area is great. Nor easy to park or then find your way in but once there the scale is amazing and they’ve done a great job to make this such a great venture with some interesting and varied things...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.