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Shibden Hall often described as Halifax's Historic Home, must surely rank as one of the regions most popular tourist attractions and during the summer months the park surrounding this delightful property is often crowded with scores of visitors. The hall itself was constructed in 1420 by the Otes family, though it is more commonly associated with the Lister dynasty who resided here for almost 300 years. Situated close to the town centre Shibden, with its adjacent Folk Museum, also possesses a boating lake, pitch and putt golf course and a steam-hauled miniature railway which is bound to appeal to the children.
Kirk Lea Guest House is ideally placed for visitors to the Shibden Hall Estate.
Uber is not available in Halifax.
Shibden Hall Parking: You can park at the top near the house and there is a car park at the bottom of the park, then you would have to walk up to the hall. There’s a cafe next to the bottom carpark and there is a boating lake and playground.
There are no tours of Shibden Hall, but volunteers to hand in every room, who are very helpful and have plenty of information. Just ask!
The Shibden Hall Website has useful information.
While you’re wandering the Jewel of the North, check out the Minster, Piece Hall, Square Chapel and the Anne Lister display in the Library.
Shibden Hall is closed on Fridays, but there was an announcement on the news that it will open 7 days a week because of the demand and interest of Gentleman Jack.
Have a look at details of other films filmed locally.
Piece Hall - website
Victoria Theatre Wards End, Halifax
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