Calderdale Industrial Museum, is presenting the next in our series of talks on ‘The Making of Calderdale’ on Wednesday 16 January 2019, 7:30pm by Peter Robinson.
Peter will be discussing recent discoveries about Calderdale Industrial Museum’s History and Exhibits at the Museum on Square Road, Halifax HX1 1QG.
How to get there
Situated near to Halifax railway station and the famous Eureka children’s museum, and next door to the newly renovated Piece Hall, the new central Library and Archive, and Square Chapel, Calderdale Industrial Museum is well placed in the centre of Halifax’s growing ‘cultural quarter’.
Access is to the side of the Museum via our newly installed ramp and stairs, internally there are stairs and a lift to all floors.
Disabled Parking is available by prior request
Open every Saturday, 10:00am-4:00pm. Last entry 3:30pm.
Entrance fee: £5 per adult. Concessions £4. Accompanied children enter free.
RAIL – Halifax station is 200 yards walk.
BUS – Halifax bus station has links to all nearby towns and cities. A short walk through the shopping centre and the Piece Hall will take you to Calderdale Industrial Museum, just outside the new East Gate of the Piece Hall.
CAR – The museum address is Square Road, Halifax, HX1 1QG. There is no dedicated parking for the museum but on-street, pay-and-display parking is available close by and there are several pay-and-display carparks near the Minster to the north east.
PHONE – 01422 384721
EMAIL – firstname.lastname@example.org