Visit Dean Clough for arts, leisure or business

Whether you’re visiting Dean Clough for the arts, leisure or business, the Grade II listed Victorian mills within our 22 acre site provide a unique, historic backdrop. Free parking is available in the evenings, at weekends and on bank holidays.

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Dean Clough, in easy walking distance of the centre of Halifax, is part of a rich, vibrant cultural network which includes Eureka! The National Children’s Museum, The Piece Hall (the nation’s only surviving Cloth Hall), Shibden Hall (of Gentleman Jack fame) and Halifax Minster, all set within the stunning countryside of Calderdale and West Yorkshire.
Travelodge, Dean Clough, Halifax

There is a Travelodge based at Dean Clough & we encourage you to take the opportunity to visit other attractions across Halifax and Calderdale. Here is a glimpse of what else there is to see locally.
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The Piece Hall, Halifax

The Piece Hall

Dating from 1779, this spectacular Grade I listed building is the only surviving cloth hall in the UK. It now features a mix of independent bars, shops, restaurants and interactive heritage spaces.

Square Chapel

Square Chapel Arts Centre brings you the best in film, theatre, live music, comedy, family shows, workshops and more.

Shibden Hall, Halifax, Calderdale

Shibden Hall

Shibden Hall, formerly home to Anne Lister, is a Grade II listed historic house located in a public park at Shibden in Halifax.

Eureka! National Children's Museum, Halifax

Eureka! The National Children’s Museum

Eureka! Is the national children’s museum for kids aged 0-11, which offers learning through play.

The Victoria Theatre in Halifax, Calderdale

Victoria Theatre

The Victoria, which is the largest theatre in Halifax, has a vast and varied programme of events with something suitable for everyone.