ROKT Climbing gym

ROKT climbing gym offers the UK’s highest man-made outdoor climbing wall, in addition to indoor climbing, a Nerf arena, spin cycle studio, escape rooms, yoga studio, an award-winning pub and a restaurant.


Address: Mill Royd Street, HD6 1EY

Kirklees Light Railway

Enjoy the history and experience the locomotives with a day at the railway!


Address: Whistlestop Valley, Park Mill Way HD8 9XJ

Packhorse Shopping Centre

A shopping centre in the heart of Huddersfield, offering a bright and welcoming shopping experience.


Address: King Street, HD1 2RT

Kingsgate Shopping Centre

The Kingsgate Shopping Centre is home to nearly 50 shops, including House of Fraser, Next, River Island, HMV and New Look.


Address: King Street, HD1 2QB

Piazza Shopping Centre

Your one stop centre for a complete shopping experience!


Address: Princess Alexandra Walk, HD1 2RS

Castle Hill

An ancient monument and green space overlooking Huddersfield.


Address: Castle Hill Side, HD4 6TA

John Smith's Stadium

A conference, wedding and sports venue all tied in to one; John Smith's Stadium will host one of the quarter finals of the Rugby World Cup 2021.


Address: Stadium Way, HD1 6PG

Colne Valley Museum

The Colne Valley Museum provides a look back at Victorian Huddersfield. Displays of textiles and former industries based in Huddersfield from the early Victorian days. There's often spinning, weaving and clog-making demonstrations.


Address: Cliffe Ash, Golcar, HD7 4PY

Tolson Memorial Museum

Each intriguing layer of Huddersfield's past is revealed at the Tolson Museum. From the tools of the earliet settler - made for hunting in the primative forests - to the modern day collectors from local people. Learn how the boom in the textile industry changed peoples lives and brought prosperity to the town. Tolson leads you step-by-step through the centuries of Huddersfield's history.


Address: Ravensknowle Park, Wakefield Road, HD5 8DJ

Standedge Tunnels

The former canal warehouse opposite the towpath at Tunnel End has been converted into a Visitor Centre, with displays telling the story of the canal and the tunnel. There is also a film about the canal showing continuously. Admission to the Visitor Centre is free. There are also boat trips from Tunnel End Cottages at the tunnel mouth which go about 500 metres into the tunnel.


Address: Waters Road, HD7 6NQ


A great local hangout with good food, lots of cocktails and beers and very friendly staff. The venue hosts regular live music events to keep you entertained. Visit their website to book your tickets now.


Address: The Old Courthouse, HD1 2SP

Magic Rock Taproom

An award winning 4,000 square foot taproom makes for a roomy, wood-accented brewery featuring a variety of house beers and weekend food trucks. Book your table online today (dogs welcome).


Address: Willow Park Business Centre, HD1 5EB

Zephyr Bar & Kitchen

An independent bar and kitchen with homemade gins, cocktails and beer. Set in a 1930's building with unique features that make the building quirky. Check it out for yourselves and visit their website.


Address: 4 Byram Street, HD1 1BX

Turntable Vinyl Café

Alongside a wide selection of vinyl records, you can enjoy a selection of great cakes, delicious toasties, freshly made doorstop sandwiches and soups. Head to their café on Sundays to enjoy great food and entertainment.


Address: 35 New Street, HD1 2BQ

Northern Tea House

A modern, industrial tea house with a hint of vintage, serving the finest teas, coffees, cream cakes savoury dishes and exquisite afternoon teas. No need to book, but you can view their menu online.


Address: 36 King Street, HD1 2QT

The Yorkshire Bar & Kitchen

All products used in the bar and kitchen are produced locally from a range of suppliers dotted all around Huddersfield and Yorkshire! Find out what they serve on their website.


Address: 57 King Street, HD1 2PZ

Mandalay Bar & Restaurant

Utilising the best of Yorkshire produce with the flavours and influences of Myanmar, you can enjoy Burmese cuisine in the heart of Huddersfield. View the menu on their website.


Address: 53 King Street, HD1 2PZ

Caffe Venecia

A small independent coffee shop with a little hint of Italy serving great coffee, artisan loose leaf tea, amazing homemade cakes, and foods for breakfast, lunch and sharing platters.


Address: 43 Market Street, HD1 2HL


Voted Number 1 by The Guardian, Coffeevolution is Huddersfield's first speciality coffee shop serving their own roasted coffee. Its relaxing and friendly vibe makes it a perfect to hang out.


Address: 8 Church Street, HD1 1DD