Everything about this place is wonderful and very good value for money. A must - amazing history, excellent guide.
This is an excellent museum full of history and hosts many events throughout the year such as how the Victorians lived here and the tudors. These events are guided and are especially educational for children. Do not miss the craft fayres and spooky Halloween events. There are also a wealth of exhibits within the outbuildings housing coaches of the period... More
Went a couple of months ago this must be one of the most underrated museums in the country very few people outside calderdale have even heard of it.!! The grounds are nothing special but inside the way it's set out in the period is really interesting just like you imagine it to be The period clothing is good they must... More
You can combine a bit of history by visiting the hall and the surrounding outbuildings (shops, servant quarters etc). Plus afterwards there is the park with swings, slides etc, boating lake, mini steam railway and cafe. The food quality in the cafe is quite high and not overexpensive so it makes for a good family day out - if the... More
Shibden Hall & park are eccellent places to visit. take the kids. nice childrens play area, boating lake and a loverly cafe for a snack.The hall is full of history
I love this my own family my house I have visited this house several times over the years both on educational visits and with members of my own family.I never get bored of coming back.There is so many fascinating things to see,Including the old stage coaches.
First day of craft fair which runs all this weekend 15th to 17th Nov Reduced addmission to the house is included. Havnt been here since the kids were small and realy enjoyed both the crafts and the house and folk museum. The stalls are all set up within the house so a bit of searching around needed not suitable for... More
A fascinating medieval timber-framed manor house, it was built in about 1420 and was in the hands of the Saviles and Waterhouses, before entering a period of 300 years with the Lister family. It is very dark and woody and you feel it would be an ideal location for Tudor films and TV. However, most of what we see today... More
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