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All reviews titus salt salts mill roberts park world heritage site well worth a visit victoria hall david hockney living history information centre local shops step back in time walk around interesting history sir titus lovely place to visit lovely park old mill
Titus Salter a Quaker during the time of Queen Victoria and mill owner. Titus was the member of Parliament due to his wealth and land ownership.
He built a village with parks,Victoria Hall to provide a stage for local performers. Here too was a hall...More
Excellent historical place to visit. Social housing v interesting provided by Titus Salt and of course the mill itself which is now an art gallery with a hige space for David Hockney. Great pubs and walks along the canal.
This is a great little village to visit. Gives a sense of a bygone era, and with lots of things to do such as looking round the gallery, visiting Roberts Park, taking in the lovely scenery and doing a little shopping. There are also nice...More
We visited on a cold Sunday morning in October. Having first called in to Salt's Mill (separate review) we felt there must have been more. After consulting a map we realised their information office was on Victoria Road so drove round. We called into Victoria...More
Visited the village on a late October morning. A nice village to stroll around. Look out for the two hours free car parking spots rather than the pay and display car parks. Some nice places to grab a spot of lunch at.
Saltaire was another visit on a package tour of Northern Englands Industrial Revolution.
We started at the Church noe United Reform, where we were welcomed by costumed guides who spoke about life and wurk in ther village at the time and then divided us into...More
This is a place for people of all ages and interest. Memorable walks by the canal, historic buildings, great cafes and eateries and nice pub. What more can you want for a Saturday afternoon stroll. Go there and be amazed.