Attractions near Stone Cottage

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.
Bronte Parsonage Museum (1 Mile)*
Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte, were the authors of some of the greatest books in the English language. Haworth Parsonage was their much-loved home and Jane Eyre, Wuthering Heights and The Tenant of Wildfell Hall were all written here.
Hardcastle Crags (4 Miles)*
Walkers, naturalists and those interested in spotting the rare northern hairy wood ant will enjoy the 400 acres of unspoilt woodland which makes up the National Trust property of Hardcastle Crags.
Bankfield Museum (6 Miles)*
For half a century from 1837-1886, Bankfield House was the home of Edward Akroyd, the largest wool manufacturer in Britain.
Shibden Hall (7 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.
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.
Bolling Hall (9 Miles)*
Tucked away in a leafy garden, less than a mile from the city centre. Bolling Hall is one of Bradford's most precious jewels.
Bradford Industrial Museum & Horses At Work (9 Miles)*
Think of industry in Bradford and you think of wool. Think of mills and you think of machinery, steam engines and horses, all of which can be found at Bradford Industrial Museum!
Queen Street Mill Textile Museum (10 Miles)*
Steam Powered Weaving is brought to Life at Queen Street Mill Textile Museum, the world's last 19th century steam powered weaving mill.
Yorkshire Dales Mining Museum (10 Miles)*
The small town of Earby, on the Lancashire/Yorkshire border, was associated with cotton weaving until the 1960's and has no mining background at all. But it is home to an unrivalled collection of mining relics from the Yorkshire Dales.
Skipton Castle (10 Miles)*
Skipton Castle is one of the most complete and well preserved mediaeval castles in England - over 900 years old…
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

Towns near Stone Cottage
Oxenhope (1 Mile)*
Haworth (1 Mile)*
The West Yorkshire village of Haworth is set in the Pennines, ten miles west of Bradford. The name Haworth is first recorded in 1209 and meant
Wilsden (4 Miles)*
Keighley (4 Miles)*
The West Yorkshire town of Keighley is situated where the River Worth joins the River Aire. It is located on the main A629 between Skipton and Bradford.
Hebden Bridge (5 Miles)*
Bingley (5 Miles)*
Bingley is a West Yorkshire town located five miles northwest of Bradford. It is located in Airedale on the south of Ilkley Moor.
Silsden (6 Miles)*
Mytholmroyd (6 Miles)*
Situated in the beautiful Calder Valley, equidistant from the towns of Halifax to the east and Todmorden, to the west, Mytholmroyd (Norse:- a level place where two rivers meet Mitholm - Roid) is now a dormitory town for Leeds some 3' miles
Gomersal (6 Miles)*
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Clayton (6 Miles)*
The picturesque village of Clayton, which is mentioned in the doomsday book, lies 3 miles west of Bradford, West Yorkshire.
* Distances shown are in a direct line. Distances by road will be longer.

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