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For The History & Culture

Leeds, Bradford & the surrounding areas have a wealth of history & Culture with Bradford winning the Uk's city of culture bid for 2025. Within walking distance from your lodge you have the Unesco world heritage site of Saltaire where you'll find the 1853 art gallery, home to one of the largest collections from Bradford born artist David Hockney. After your visit to the mill there are often boat trips available to take you on a short journey along a section of the Leeds-Liverpool canal.
If Novels are more you thing why not take a ride out to Haworth on the Worth Valley Steam train and explore Brontë country with a visit to one of the worlds oldest literary societies.
After all of that, if you're still up for it, how about a trip to a west end show right here in bradford? The Alhambra in Bradford often shows some brilliant shows along with the occasional touring west end show.

Saltaire Unesco World Heritage Site Visit the UNESCO world heritage site of Saltaire right on your doorstep. Within walking distance of your lodge head down to the old mill village of Saltaire. For more information please click the link. saltsmill.org.uk
Haworth & The Brontës Get a real feel for the origin for the novel 'Wuthering heights' with a visit to its birthplace Haworth. In Haworth itself visit the Brontë parsonage museum which is one of the oldest literary societies in the world, founded in 1893. bronte.org.uk/
Worth Valley Railway The Keighley & Worth Valley Railway is a unique 5-mile branch line railway set in the heart of West Yorkshire, running heritage steam and diesel trains from the industrial landscape of Keighley to the stunning Brontë Country of Oxenhope. kwvr.co.uk
Bradford Industrial Museum Bradford Industrial Museum has permanent displays of textile machinery, steam power, engineering, printing machinery and motor vehicles, along with an exciting exhibitions programme. bradfordmuseums.org
Armley Mills Learn about the industrial heritage of Leeds, the city of 1000 trades, in the Grade II listed Armley Mills leedsmuseums.gov.uk
Alhambra - Theatre The Alhambra Theatre is regarded as the North's premier receiving venue and hosts the best in large scale entertainment from international dance to musicals, drama and Yorkshire's biggest panto. bradford-theatres.co.uk
The Grand - Theatre The most magnificent of leading ladies, the ‘Grand Old Lady of Leeds’ has been entertaining audiences since 1878 with the best of the day’s cultural entertainment. leedstheatres,com

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