Attractions and Places to Visit in Huddersfield

The birthplace of the late Prime Minister Harold Wilson, this colourful market town showcases an impressive legacy that includes award-winning Victorian architecture, the ancient Castle Hill monument and musical excellence. Today it has evolved into an exciting hotbed of food, festivals and family fun.
With more than 1600 listed buildings, Huddersfield has impressive architecture.
Castle Hill, situated on a hilltop overlooking the town, built on a roman fort, Castle hill offers panoramic views.

Castle Hill and Victoria Tower

Castle Hill and Victoria Tower

Huddersfield’s most outstanding landmark has been a geographical and social feature from prehistoric times up until the present day. The Castle Hill itself is 901 feet tall and its isolation and distinctive shape make it easily recognisable from the surrounding moors and from the streets of Huddersfield.

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Huddersfield Art Gallery

Huddersfield Art Gallery

Since Victorian times, Huddersfield has been home of many artists and writers, who have found inspiration from the stunning coastline and countryside. Today, Huddersfield is a wealth of local artisans producing some unique crafts.
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Tolson Memorial Museum

Tolson Memorial Museum

A vivid and intriguing picture of the area and its people, from pre-history to present day, revealed through unique collections. From Roman finds to textiles, birds to transport, Tolson is a treasure house of the fascinating, the curious and the amazing.
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