We are taking a trip to World Heritage Site, Saltaire, Bradford, United Kingdom. The village was named after Sir Titus Salt who built a textile mill named Salts Mill along the River Aire. Salts Mill is now home to the largest collection of David Hockney's work along with various shops, the museum of Saltaire, galleries, Cafe Into the Opera and Salt's diner in Salt's Mill where we will have our morning coffee/tea when we arrive.
The rest of the day is free to roam the Mill or wander around the village with it's many interesting buildings, independant shops and cafes or take the bridge over the River Aire to Robert's Park.
Cost £15 members £18 non members.
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