Salts Mill at Saltaire near Bradford in West Yorkshire is an Art Gallery (exhibiting many of world-famous David Hockey’s amazing pieces of art) and a Shopping complex It’s a ‘must visit’.
Ground Floor -1853 Gallery incorporating special collections of David Hockney’s art
2nd Floor – Gallery 2 and The Saltaire Exhibition
Rear of 1853 Gallery is the Saltaire Exhibition (exploring Saltaire’s history from 1853 to present day)
3rd Floor – Restaurants etc.
Amazing shopping experience – many independent shops trade out of Salts Mill
Shops include: Salts Book & Poster Shop, ‘The Home’ (luxury home-wares shop), antiques and much more
Cafes & Restaurants including Salts Diner and Espresso Bar (2nd Floor) and Salts Mills Fish Restaurant and Café into the Opera (3rd Floor)
Large car park with FREE parking
Passenger Lift at the Mill
Group Bookings including School Parties welcome
Salts Mill is a Grade II Listed historic building and formerly a working textile Mill, which was built in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt, along with a whole Victorian village, which housed all his 3,000+ Mill workers along with Churches and schools too. The Mill is set in the UNESCO World Heritage site of Saltaire near Shipley.
Salts Mill is an Art Gallery and Shopping complex. The Mill houses many independent businesses within its vast building, including many fine restaurants and cafes too.
The 1853 Gallery houses some of Bradford born David Hockney’s famous art as permanent positions and is known world-wide. The 1853 Gallery was an ingenious idea borne out of a long friendship between Jonathan Silver (who bought Salts Mill in 1987) and David Hockney, showcasing some of his world-famous art pieces, which is truly wonderful. Why not visit and see for yourself?
Open every day: Monday to Friday 10am – 5.30pm and Saturday to Sunday 10am – 6pm.
Closed Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year’s Day.
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