Why visit Huddersfield?

​Huddersfield is a true Yorkshire town, full of surprising qualities, strong traditions, impressive architecture, quality shopping, top class sport, exciting festivals and artistic reputation. All this is set on the edge of the wonderful scenery of the Peak District National Park and South Pennines. Whatever your reason for visiting Huddersfield, be it work or leisure, we hope you enjoy your stay and spend time discovering some of the local places of interest or special events taking place throughout the year.

Dominating the Huddersfield skyline, Castle Hill has been occupied since the Stone Age. The Victoria Tower was built in 1898/9 to celebrate the 60th anniversary of Queen Victoria’s coronation. Visitors can take in panoramic views across Huddersfield and the surrounding countryside.

Located off Wakefield Road, Huddersfield just outside of the town centre, Aspley Basin is the terminus of the Huddersfield Broad Canal, a cruising waterway which links into the national network. What was once a hive of activity is now home to moorings and a popular canalside restaurant and pub.

Castle Hill
Aspley Basin