CHEAP FLIGHTS TO Huddersfield

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About Huddersfield

Located in West Yorkshire, Huddersfield is a true Yorkshire town in its traditions, architecture, festivals, sports and shopping. This classic town has a rich political and religious history on one hand and a mix of cultures on the other. The city hosts several festivals throughout the year. The beautiful scenery of the city is also welcoming. Take cheap flights to Huddersfield to witness a mix of tradition and modernity at its best. There are also several hotels in Huddersfield, suitable for every pocket.

Castle Hill, a Scheduled Ancient Monument, forms one of the greatest attractions in Huddersfield. It is situated on a hilltop, in the Metropolitan Borough of Kirklees and is one of Huddersfield’s most obvious landmarks. It is regarded as one of the city’s most important early Iron Age hill forts. The Victoria tower was built to commemorate the silver jubilee of Queen Victoria. The structure gives a bird’s eye view of the surrounding areas.

The Huddersfield Broad Canal is a broad-locked navigable canal. It has a 6 km long waterway with 9 wide locks. It flows along the valley of the River Colne, connecting Hebble Navigation and Calder with Huddersfield Narrow Canal at the Cooper Bridge junction, near Aspley Basin, at the heart of Huddersfield.

Take cheap flights to Huddersfield if you are a lover of history and visit the Tolson Museum which displays intricate details of the rich heritage of the city. The museum displays everything from weapons that were used by primitive settlers for hunting to present day collections from local people. Besides, it also exhibits local archaeology, natural history, weaving machinery, textiles and stuffed birds.

Children will love the recreated Victorian schoolroom that allows them to experience the method of teaching followed at the time. There is a transport gallery at the ground floor, which exhibits horse-drawn and motor vehicles, techniques of road-building and the rarest car in Britain – the three-wheeled LSD. This car was manufactured from 1919 to 1924. Another notable car that can be seen here is the Valveless which was made by David Brown Ltd. It was recovered from South Africa.

There are also several other tourist attractions in Hudderfield like Marsdon Moor Estate, Marsden and Standedge Tunnel End and sports lovers should make a point to visit Rugby League Heritage Centre.

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Airports of Huddersfield

Leeds/bradford