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Saltaire
West Yorkshire
Saltaire got its name from its founder Sir Titus Salt and the river Aire that once fed his mighty mill. It was built as a model village in the 1850s with the mill being built first, followed by the church and finally the workers houses. It is now an UNESCO Heritage Site - you can still walk round the mill that now houses the David Hockney gallery on the ground floor. Walk across the river bridge and enjoy the restored Roberts Park and take the tramway up to Shipley Glen.

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Population
2,000
Must See
Salts Mill, Roberts Park, Congregational Church
Attractions
Salts Mill , Victoria Hall , Saltaire Congregational Church , Roberts Park , Shipley Glen Tramway
Market Day
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Shops
Variety of specialist independent
Live!
Victoria Hall
Sport
Cricket
Tourist info Centre
Salts Mill, Victoria Road, Saltaire BD18 3LA
Direct Access
Rail Station. Central car parking.
1hr Village Walk
Overview
A one hour walk around the streets of the village showing all the public buildings, the park and the different types of houses.
Video Features
See exclusive content of Titus Salt, the Mill and an overview of the village and its development.

Slide Show

Diary

September
Saltaire Festival
Saltaire Festival

Usually held second weekend in September. Music, art trail around open houses in the village, a food festival and events in the park. For all the family.

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