Halifax is home to the oldest remaining cloth hall in Britain - the Grade I listed Piece Hall
There are many imposing and beautiful buildings which reflect the changing forces that have shaped Halifax, a town which retains one of the most complete Victorian townscapes in Britain.
Fresh, delicious produce is at the heart of eating and drinking in Halifax and you can find plenty of it all year round at Halifax Borough Market and the many fine shops, cafés and restaurants Halifax has to offer.
A family day out to Halifax would not be complete without a visit to Eureka! the National Children’s Museum featuring hundreds of interactive, hands-on exhibits designed to inspire children aged 0 to 11 to learn about themselves and the world around them through play and discovery.
Once the heart of England's woollen industry, this charming Yorkshire market town is home to some of the region's best-preserved Georgian and Victorian landmarks such as the magnificent Piece Hall. It's also heaven for children with Eureka! - the National Children's Museum. Nearby Holdsworth House Hotel and Restaurant featured in the BBC hit drama Last Tango in Halifax and Shibden Hall & Estate feature in the BBC/HBO drama Gentleman Jack, telling the story of the Hall’s most famous resident; Anne Lister.