Heritage in Spring
A Victorian Mill Worker
The footsteps of a Brontë
Footsteps of the stars
Salts Mill is set in the UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saltaire. The Grade II Listed historic mill building was built in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt along with the village to house his workers.
Bradford's Industrial Museum has permanent displays of textile machinery, steam power, engineering and motor vehicles, along with an exciting exhibitions programme.
Cliffe Castle Museum was originally the spectacular mansion of Victorian textile millionaire, Henry Isaac Butterfield. It stands in attractive landscaped grounds with greenhouses, café, aviaries and a children’s‚ play area.
National Trust owned historic house, garden, shop and tea-room. This award winning attraction offers a lot to discover and explore.
Home to over 3.5 million items of historical significance, the National Media Museum has 8 floors of FREE galleries and 3 cinemas including the UK's first IMAX.
Vintage Trains will operate using some of our older locomotives and coaches, many of which date back to Victorian times.
Travel through time exploring England's eclectic heritage from prehistoric fossil sites and imposing castles and country houses to its literary, industrial and maritime past.
To discover more historic hotspots go to VisitEngland.com