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Heritage Visit.

A wonderful visit to this former place of worship built by Ackroyd, mill owner. Vandals have... read more

Reviewed 10 January 2018
Halifax, United Kingdom
worth a look if you can find it open

popular at Christmas for the carol services, the architecture is spectacular, im not sure you will... read more

Reviewed 23 May 2017
Andy X
Halifax, United Kingdom
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10 Jan 2018
“Heritage Visit.”
6 Jul 2017
“Uplifting or just a cold experience. You decide.”
Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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A647, Halifax HX3 6DR, England
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Reviewed 10 January 2018

A wonderful visit to this former place of worship built by Ackroyd, mill owner. Vandals have stollen parts of the organ and the roof needs repairing. It is kept locked now and can be viewed through Heritage events. There are special features worth viewing. It...More

Thank djo708
Reviewed 6 July 2017

A bit difficult to find it open but once inside there are lots of things to admire if you are into religious artefacts and reliquary. Like most religious buildings it lacks a good atmosphere. Nothing displayed to invite you in or notices to explain what...More

Thank Grizz372387
Reviewed 23 May 2017

popular at Christmas for the carol services, the architecture is spectacular, im not sure you will find it open during the rest of the year

Thank Andy X
Reviewed 8 March 2017

A wonderfuil old church, full of interesting history about the local area and local historical people. Worth having a look when its open, its usually open on saturdays during the summer.

Thank Evokesomm
Reviewed 3 August 2016

Not open very often so when it comes up its worth a visit. Stone built old local church thats been closed recently making it even more appealing when it does open. Quite run down inside & I can only imagine it will get worse through...More

Thank Onnest
Reviewed 23 March 2016

this church is only open on certain days of the year - usually heritage open days - look on their website to check. inside its very impressive with some beautiful detailing and stained glass windows. designed by the same person who designed the Houses of...More

Thank Markfennelly
Reviewed 15 March 2016

This is a prominently located Victorian gothic building at Haley Hill, Akroyden, Halifax. The architect is was George Gilbert Scott who designed the Midland Grand Hotel at St Pancras Station in London. It has been said that Scott considered All Souls' to be his best...More

Thank Hfx-WSJ
Reviewed 13 September 2015

We dropped lucky this weekend when we found out that the All Souls Church in Haley Mill, Halifax was having an open day. Externally the building is in excellent condition, completed in 1859, it has a 72-metre-high spire and dazzling stained glass windows created by...More

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