Discover Huddersfield

Discover Huddersfield Walks & Trails Project

Discover Huddersfield offers new ways to experience this amazing Yorkshire town, through guided walks, talks and trails. See Huddersfield at its very best: grand listed buildings and small independent shops; a place for radicals from the Luddites to the Sex Pistols; the birthplace of Rugby League; a town rich in creativity, stories, heritage and the odd ghostly encounter.

Discover Huddersfield is a community led project supported with funding received from Kirklees Council’s High Street Innovation Fund.

Get in touch in touch by contacting us on: info@discoverhuddersfield.com

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Kirklees Heritage Open Days 2019 / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2019-09-02T00:00:00Z">Mon 02 Sep 2019</span>Kirklees Heritage Open Days 2019 / Mon 02 Sep 2019

Kirklees Heritage Open Days 13th to 22nd September. All events and walks are free (but some must be pre-booked). Visit our website to see the pr...

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Huddersfield Walk with a Caribbean Flavour / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2019-10-13T00:00:00Z">Sun 13 Oct 2019</span>Huddersfield Walk with a Caribbean Flavour / Sun 13 Oct 2019

A guided walk organised by the Discover Huddersfield partnership will highlight the people, places and achievements associated with the town’s Caribbe...

Magnifying Glasses at the Ready for Building Stones Walk / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2019-08-22T00:00:00Z">Thu 22 Aug 2019</span>Magnifying Glasses at the Ready for Building Stones Walk / Thu 22 Aug 2019

Although Huddersfield may be best known for its buildings constructed of local sandstone, from the mid C19th a great variety of rocks were used to emb...

Huddersfield’s Classical Architecture / <span itemprop="startDate" content="2019-08-11T00:00:00Z">Sun 11 Aug 2019</span>Huddersfield’s Classical Architecture / Sun 11 Aug 2019

In 1963 John Betjeman said of Huddersfield, ‘A sort of Athens on the steep slopes of the River Colne.' Had he had a drink too many or was there someth...

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