East Riddlesden Hall, Bradford Road, Riddlesden, Keighley, West Yorkshire, BD20 5EL

Imagine stepping back 400 years into the home of a 17th century cloth merchant. See the changes that he made and discover why these were sadly never completed. For generations after, the estate was a hive of farming activity producing enough milk, cheese and bread to adequately supply the household and its workers. Saved from demolition in 1933 by two local brothers, the hall was donated to the National Trust in 1934. Today, friendly volunteers bring the house back to life and share the fascinating stories that have made this special place an award-winning attraction.

The romantic gardens are the perfect place to relax and unwind, while active families can enjoy our natural play areas and let off steam in our playground - there's even a Hobbit House to hide away in when things get too much and a mud pie kitchen for budding chefs.

Opening Times

  • Saturday 12 September: 1030-1600

Booking Details

No booking required

Access

First floor of house inaccessible to wheelchairs. Please leave all prams in the entrance to the house. Self-service tearoom located on a first floor. An accessible table is provided on the ground floor - please ask if any assistance is needed.

Directions

By bus- 662 from Keighley or Bradford, 760 from Leeds. Alight Granby Lane. By car - property located on B6265. Use A629 from Skipton or A650 from Bradford and then follow the signs to Riddlesden, postcode BD20 5EL

Website

www.nationaltrust.org.uk/riddlesdenhall

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Date last modified: 8th May 2015 at 15:58

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