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Attractions near Castle House Farm Cottages

This is a list of the attractions near this property that are featured on AboutBritain.com
It is not intended to be an exhaustive list of all attractions near this property.
Marsden Moor (6 Miles)*
Straddling the well-known Pennine Way Marsden Moor offers pre Roman archaeology.
Kirklees Light Railway (6 Miles)*
Ride on 'Yorkshire's Great Little Steam Train' through the lovely South Pennines on this old country branch line. A quarter mile long tunnel adds to the thrill of this nostalgic 50-minute return journey.
National Coalmining Museum for England (7 Miles)*
A visit to Caphouse Colliery is great day out with a unique opportunity to travel 140 metres underground down one of Britain's oldest working mines.
Eureka! The National Children's Museum (7 Miles)*
Eureka! is the UK's National Children's Museum, a place where children play to learn and grown-ups learn to play.

Shibden Hall (8 Miles)*
Built in 1420, Shibden Hall with its oak panelled interiors and atmospheric room settings is Halifax's Historic Home. The Folk Museum and Barn also offer you a world without electricity, where craftsmen worked in wood and iron.
Cannon Hall Museum (8 Miles)*
Cannon Hall was designed by John Carr of York and is set in over 70 acres of historic parkland which includes beautiful formal gardens providing a perfect setting for picnics or relaxing strolls.
Yorkshire Sculpture Park (8 Miles)*
Yorkshire Sculpture Park is an international centre for modern and contemporary sculpture.
Bankfield Museum (8 Miles)*
For half a century from 1837-1886, Bankfield House was the home of Edward Akroyd, the largest wool manufacturer in Britain.
Cawthorne Victoria Jubilee Museum (9 Miles)*

In 1884, the Rev. Charles Tiplady Pratt, the parish vicar, founded the Cawthorne Museum Society.  He wanted to encourage local youngsters to become interested in Natural History and start a museum collection.

Bagshaw Museum (9 Miles)*
This stunning Victorian Gothic former mill owner's house is set in 36 aces of parkland and ancient woodland. The home of George Sheard from 1875-1902, the house became a museum in 1911 and was named after its first curator, Walter Bagshaw.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Castle House Farm Cottages
Honley (2 Miles)*
Farnley Tyas (2 Miles)*
Huddersfield (2 Miles)*
Huddersfield West Yorkshire, geographically speaking the town is situated in a basin surrounded by hills; this can be readily seen from many of the vantage points around the area.
Golcar (3 Miles)*
The village of Golcar is about 3 miles from Huddersfield. It's a village which boasts some wonderful countryside and spectacular views.
Shepley (3 Miles)*
Meltham (4 Miles)*
Slaithwaite (4 Miles)*
Slaithwaite (pronounced 'slawit' or 'slathwaite' by locals) is a true "Yorkshire grit" mill town straddled by the viaduct and bisected by the canal.
Cartworth (5 Miles)*
Holmfirth (5 Miles)*
Holmfirth is a small town high in the Holm Valley of West Yorkshire. Situated where the Ribble and Holme rivers meet, the town is nestled in the Pennines about six miles south of Huddersfield.
Stainland (5 Miles)*
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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