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What an uplifting experience for all four of us. The paintings and the pottery were exquisite and we spent a very enjoyable time wandering around this gallery. It was our first visit but it won’t be our last.
I’d like to review the village and the church. However, there seems to be just the option to review the 1853 gallery on TA. The Salt’s building is impressive- on a massive scale. We We wandered round the galleries and had tea in the 3rd...More
It had been suggested to us to visit Saltaire. The mill after staying empty for many years was bought by Jonathan Silver, who sparked regeneration. Downstairs, he created the 1853 Gallery exhibiting works by David Hockney. This is just amazing and feels just right for...More
We have been regular visitors to this attraction from the beginning and always feel a thrill on entering the cathedral-like mass of this former textile mill. The mixture of art, design, retail and dining works brilliantly and offers something to all visitors whether Hockneyphiles or...More
How appropriate that some of the largest spaces in Salts Mill the grand edifice of a Victorian Yorkshire visionary are now dedicated to the life and works of another contemporary Yorkshire visionary David Hockney. The ground floor room is accessed through a quirky small wooden...More
Tons of David Hockney's paintings, ceramics and sculptures gathered under the same roof plus his poster shop (£14.99) for a super size print of loads of his works. And his huge exhibition "The Arrival of Spring" ........ just incredible and all FREE!
I don’t think I have ever been in such a massive building as Salts Mill! What a feat of Victorian architecture and engineering. Watched the video of the history of the site and am in awe of two men. Firstly, Titus Salt who had the...More
The 1853 Gallery is the David Hockney focussed Art Gallery and Art Materials shop on the ground floor of the imposing Salt Mills. It takes its name from the year Salts Mill opened textile production. Due to its sheer size it does allow the showing...More
We have visited Saltaire on a number of previous occasions and today we actually decided to make a purchase in the area selling kitchenware etc . We waited patiently at the counter for several minutes while two members of staff shared their news. At one...More