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Places to Visit, Things to Do and Days Out in or near Halifax

Halifax town has an array of magnificent Victorian buildings including the Town Hall and the church of All Souls. In 1871 the Wainhouse Tower was built, its purpose was as a dye house, however it was never used for this. The Bankfield Museum, the Duke of Wellington's Regiment Museum and Eureka, the Museum for Children are all within easy reach. Places to Visit in or near Halifax The Shibden Mill Inn and Halifax Golf Club are listed below.
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1.1 miles from centre of Halifax
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There's a choice of experiences at this charming 17th century inn. Downstairs in the cosy bar with its red painted walls and corner banquette, there's an extens
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3.3 miles from centre of Halifax
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Halifax Golf Club is located in the heart of the beautiful Ogden Moors. It's the premier golf club in Halifax and one of the finest in West Yorkshire. It was originally designed by 5 times Open Champion, James Braid, and later altered by Dr. Alister MacKenzie, designer of Augusta National, home of The Masters.
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6.8 miles from centre of Halifax
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One of the country's top destination spas and the first eco-spa in the UK, Titanic Spa is a place where guests instantly unwind and indulge in an array of spa treatments and wellness facilities.
7.3 miles from centre of Halifax
Disabled access
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Set in beautiful parkland yet only 5 minutes from the M62, this sought after venue is for those who appreciate great taste and quality at really sensible rates. Located at the very heart of West Yorkshire, Leeds is just 15 minutes away, Bradford 10 minutes, Huddersfield 10 minutes and Halifax and Wakefield equally close. There is on-site free parking for 150 cars and there is also a helicopter landing area for those wishing to drop in. Along with the new addition of Dream Spa in May 20...
10.4 miles from centre of Halifax
Disabled Access
Parking Available
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Explore the tranquillity of East Riddlesden Hall East Riddlesden Hall is a 17th century manor house and buildings which have distinctive architectural details. The Hall has a gigantic fireplace with classical columns on either side. The house has a wonderful collection of oak furniture, pewter, needlework, textiles and fine 17th century embroidery. The 17th century Great Barn with its oak frame is one of the finest in the north of England. The gardens are a carpet of colour all year w...
14.6 miles from centre of Halifax
Disabled access
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Nestled in the beautiful Pendle countryside, the Alma Inn is bursting with character and charm. It feels like you're stepping back in time with stone floors, or
17.2 miles from centre of Halifax
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The welcoming team ensure that each visit is a memorable one. It's the perfect place for a catch-up lunch, or to enjoy dinner with family and friends.
17.2 miles from centre of Halifax
Disabled access
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The Burlington Restaurant combines classic style with modern British menus, to create a fantastic dining experience and seasonal tasting menus.
17.3 miles from centre of Halifax
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The Devonshire Spa blends into an aged barn, adjacent to the Devonshire Arms Hotel. There are four therapy rooms, an indoor swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room, sauna, Rasul temple, relaxation space & lounge, with views over the tennis courts. Guests will find a separate gym next door with cardio, weights & resistance zones, ideal for toning as well as pampering.
17.9 miles from centre of Halifax
Dog/Pet friendly
Parking Available
Disabled Access
Discover the beautiful gardens at Harewood House The garden landscape at Harewood House was determined by the designer Capability Brown in the mid 1700s when the foundations for the Palladian Country House were being laid out. The restored Victorian parterre and flower borders have panormaic views over the beautiful parkland. In the 1840s Sir Charles Barry was commissioned to design grand improvements, the Terrace Garden being one of these. In the Lower Terrace the Herbaceous Border wit...
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