Salts Mill (Shipley) Reviews
Description:Address: Shipley / Saltaire / West Yorkshire / BD18 3LB, UK / Formerly a textile production mill for woollen cloth and ... more
Newest Review: ... rolling parkland. We've been several times now as it offers a good mix of shopping and Arts to enjoy, and is fairly unique in scope and setting, offering an ideal day trip destination to take guests to. It can get a bit chilly inside the cavernous mill so be sure to grab a jacket! The basement level is taken up by a soft furnishings store with a Middle Eastern leaning - plenty of silks, ... more
Customer Salts Mill (Shipley) Reviews (3)
by - written on 19/01/09 (Very useful, 262 readings)
Salts Mill is a good way to get an injection of culture, pass a couple of hours on a rainy day or to pick up a gift or something for you that's just a little bit different. It's in Saltaire, just 4 miles from Bradford and a short drive further on from the M606 and open 7 days a week. The former seat of leading Industrialist Sir Titus Salt's empire, the whole village is a World Heritage Site and offers a glimpse into the community of work and living that was built up here in the revolutionary heyday of the 18th and 19th Centuries. Comprising one colossal mill building, one of several along the River Aire, the Mill has a large car park, and is sited ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/10/08 (Very useful, 60 readings)
Salts Mill In the Heritage village of Saltaire, Shipley, West Yorkshire is a former working mill. Owned by Sir Titus Salt. It was mainly used as a textile mill. Now the mill is a historic building and people come from everywhere as the mill is now open to the public and is home to several different companies, including: Pace, who make sky boxes and other electonic items have a large part of the mill. The 1853 gallery, this is home to over 300 pictures of the bradford born artist David Hockney. The Home, This shop sells items mainly for the kitchen. Salts Diner, serves nice food, bit pricey. Kimberly Walsh's(from Girls Aloud) sister works ... Read the complete review
by - written on 08/05/08, updated on 04/01/10 (Very useful, 259 readings)
The weather forecast for bank holiday was not looking good. Time to get my thinking cap on and come up with somewhere to take our visiting friends that would not be affected by the inclement weather. Then I remembered a recommendation by my sister; Salts Mill in Shipley, Yorkshire, about an hour's drive away. The mill is a thriving centre for art, industry and commerce and it all started with Jonathan Silver and the 1853 Gallery. The gallery so called because that was the year the Victorian Mill was originally opened for manufacturing fabrics. The mill closed down in 1986 and lay derelict for a year until bought by Silver. He opened the gallery to the public ... Read the complete review
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