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The following attractions are located within 15 miles of BD146SG:



National Museum of Photography, Film, TV

National Museum of Photography, Film, TV

NMPFT, Bradford
BD1 1NQ

Founded in 1983, the National Museum of Photography, Film & Television quickly became the most visited national museum outside London, attracting approximately 750,000 visitors each year.A part of the National Museum of Science and Industry, the decision to locate the Museum in Bradford was driven by the city's historic contribution to the development of cinema and film-making in the UK, and the desire to make the NMSI collection accessible to a wider audience.

Entrance fee: Please check with venue

Distance from BD146SG: 3.0 miles

BD11NQ

Shibden Hall

Shibden Hall

Listers Road, Halifax
HX3 6XG

Set in 90 acres of rolling parkland with a range of attractions including woodland, walks, an orienteering course, children's rides, miniature railway, pitch and putt and a boating lake, Shibden is the perfect venue for a family day out. Please call to check the opening times of these facilities.

Entrance fee: Adults: £3.50, Children £2.50

Distance from BD146SG: 3.5 miles

HX36XG

Bankfield Museum

Bankfield Museum

Akroyd Park, Boothtown Road, Halifax
HX3 6HG

Set in a wonderful Victorian mill owners house, Bankfield has a growing reputation as a centre for textiles and contemporary craft.With its internationally important collection of textiles, weird and wonderful objects from around the world, plus commissions by leading makers and a varied programme of exhibitions and events, there is much to see and enjoy.

Entrance fee: Free

Distance from BD146SG: 3.5 miles

HX36HG

FREE

Bolling Hall

Bolling Hall

Bowling Hall Rd, Bradford
BD4 7LP

Tucked away in a leafy garden, less than a mile from the city centre, is one of Bradford's most precious jewels. .

Entrance fee: Free admission!

Distance from BD146SG: 3.6 miles

BD47LP

Eureka! The Museum for Children

Eureka!  The Museum for Children

Discovery Road
HX1 2NE

Have you ever wondered..

Entrance fee: Adults and Children 3yrs+ £7.50 each, Toddlers 1-2yrs £2.50, Babies 1yr Under Free, Saver Ticket (5 people) £32.00

Distance from BD146SG: 4.2 miles

HX12NE

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway

Keighley and Worth Valley Railway

1m from Keighley on A629 Halifax Rd
BD22 8NJ

The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a delightfully restored 5-mile branch line which joins the national railway network at Keighley in West Yorkshire, north east of England and runs up the Worth Valley to Haworth and Oxenhope. Steam train services operate every weekend throughout the year and daily in summer.

Entrance fee: £6

Distance from BD146SG: 6.1 miles

BD228NJ



Bronte Parsonage Museum

Bronte Parsonage Museum

Church Street, Haworth, Keighley
BD22 8DR

The Bront Parsonage Museum is now open. New features for 2007 include a exhibition on Charlotte Bront and her first biographer Elizabeth Gaskell to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the publication of 'The Life of Charlotte Bront'.

Entrance fee: Adults £5.50, Children £2.00

Distance from BD146SG: 6.3 miles

BD228DR

Red House Museum

Red House Museum

Oxford Road, Cleckheaton, Gomersal
BD19 4JP

Imagine taking tea with Charlotte Bronte or watching your first ever TV programme on a screen only nine inches wide. Imagine novels and needlework, bunting and bikers.

Entrance fee: Free

Distance from BD146SG: 6.6 miles

BD194JP

FREE

East Riddlesden Hall

East Riddlesden Hall

Bradford Road, Riddlesden, Keighley
BD20 5EL

The house has distinctive architectural features and is set in mature grounds with beech trees and a large duck pond. The interior has a wonderful ambience, furnished with textiles, Yorkshire oak furniture and pewter, together with fine examples of 17th-century embroidery.

Entrance fee: £4,50, child £2.25

Distance from BD146SG: 6.9 miles

BD205EL


Cliffe Castle Museum

Cliffe Castle Museum

Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley
BD20 6LH

Cliffe Castle Museum was originally the spectacular mansion of the local Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer, H I Butterfield. It stands in attractive hillside grounds with greenhouses and garden centre, aviaries and a childrens play area.

Entrance fee: Free

Distance from BD146SG: 7.6 miles

BD206LH

FREE

Horsforth Village Museum

Horsforth Village Museum

5 The Green
LS18 5JB

Horsforth, once described as the largest village in England, has somehow managed to retain some of its village identity and character in spite of being absorbed into the urban sprawl of Leeds. The museum aims to reflect this heritage through exhibitions drawn from all aspects of life in and around Horsforth village.

Entrance fee: Free

Distance from BD146SG: 8.5 miles

LS185JB

FREE

Kirkstall Abbey

Kirkstall Abbey

Abbey Road, Kirkstall
LS5 3EH

The fifth daughter abbey of Fountains, Kirkstall was founded in 1152 by Abbot Alexander. As it remains today, Kirkstall abbey is the most complete example of early Cistercian design and building in the the country.

Entrance fee: FREE ENTRY

Distance from BD146SG: 9.4 miles

LS53EH


Tolson Memorial Museum

Tolson Memorial Museum

Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, Huddersfield
HD5 8DJ

The history book of a typical Yorkshire town, Tolson Museum draws a vivid and intriguing picture of Huddersfield and its people, from the prehistoric to the present. Each layer of Huddersfield's past is revealed in its exciting displays.

Entrance fee: Free

Distance from BD146SG: 9.7 miles

HD58DJ

FREE

Leeds City Museum

Leeds City Museum

Millennium Square
LS2 8BH

Leeds City Museum is an exciting day out for visitors of all ages. See fascinating , lively displays that tell the story of Leeds, the natural world, Ancient Egypt and Africa, to name but a few.

Entrance fee: Free

Distance from BD146SG: 11.6 miles

LS28BH

FREE

Middleton Railway

Middleton Railway

Moor Road, Hunslet
LS10 2JQ

Having been established by an Act of Parliament in 1758, the Middleton Railway, Leeds, can claim to be the oldest Railway in the world. It also played host to the first commercially successful, revenue earning, steam locomotives which entered service there in 1812.

Entrance fee: Return train fare £2.50 (ch £1.50)

Distance from BD146SG: 11.9 miles

LS102JQ


Thackray Museum

Thackray Museum

Beckett Street
LS9 7LN

The Museum was the inspiration of Paul Thackray, grandson of Charles F Thackray, founder of the medical company bearing his name in Leeds in 1902.With the aid of a £3 million grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the museum has been established in a former workhouse building adjacent to St James's Hospital.

Entrance fee: Please check with venue

Distance from BD146SG: 12.8 miles

LS97LN

Skipton Castle

Skipton Castle

Skipton
BD23 1AQ

Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and well preserved medieval castles in England. Fully roofed and with an enchanting early Tudor courtyard the stout towers of the gatehouse only hint at the splendour which is revealed as the visitor enters the castle grounds.

Entrance fee: £4.80 / £2.40

Distance from BD146SG: 14.9 miles

BD231AQ

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