A period of 3 or 4 days in September each year, on which certain scheduled monuments and listed buildings are open to the public. Many of the buildings are not normally open to the public. There are also displays, lectures and guided walks associated with the buildings.
In previous years,
All Saints' Church, Elland All Souls' Church, Haley Hill Bankfield Museum, Halifax Blackley Particular Baptist Church Boothtown United Methodist Free Chapel Brighouse Town Hall Calderdale Magistrates' Court Clay House, West Vale Dobroyd Castle, Todmorden Fielden Centre, Todmorden Friends Meeting House, Halifax Gibson Mill, Hardcastle Crags Halifax Town Hall Hebden Bridge Picture House Hebden Bridge Town Hall Heptonstall Museum Illingworth Gaol Lister Lane Cemetery, Halifax Lower Wyke Moravian Church
Mount Zion Methodist Chapel, Ogden Parish Church of Saint John the Baptist, Halifax Parish Church of Saint Mary the Virgin, Elland Pepper Hill Unitarian Chapel, Shelf The Playhouse, Halifax Royds' House, Halifax Saint Bartholomew's Church, Ripponden Saint John the Baptist, Coley Saint Peter's Church, Sowerby Shibden Hall, Halifax Smith Art Gallery & Library, Brighouse Somerset House, Halifax Square Chapel Arts Centre, Halifax Square Independent Chapel, Halifax Todmorden Town Hall Unitarian Church, Todmorden United Methodist Free Church, Clifton Victoria Theatre, Halifax Wainhouse Tower, Halifax Wainsgate Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge Wainsgate Baptist Church, Hebden Bridge: Graveyard
have been open to visitors
Malcolm Bull 2017 /
Revised 14:07 on 8th May 2017 / mmh541 / 6