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The Piece Hall Halifax is a Grade I listed building in the centre of Halifax. It’s an 18th-century cloth hall that today is home to cafés, bars, and restaurants, unique boutique stores, and also hosts a wide range of events. There are 315 separate rooms surrounding the courtyard, and it recently re-opened in 2017 after a £19 million restoration project which began in 2014.
Tours of the hall will show you around the grand colonnades and give you all the details on the 250-year history of the Piece Hall Halifax. Tours are £6 per person, and you can also arrange for guided tours of the Halifax town centre through the Calderdale Heritage Walks organisation.
The hall hosts events such as concerts, performances, theatres, seasonal festivals, and outdoor film screenings. It has also hosted televised events such as the Tour de Yorkshire and the BBC’s Antiques Road Show.
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4.7 out of 5 stars
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There isn’t any on-site parking at the Piece Hall Halifax, however there are plenty of car parks on on-street parking within walking distance of the hall.
Visitors to the Piece Hall Halifax can use the car park at Broad Street Plaza for a special discounted price of £3.70 for 6 hours by pre-booking using the code ‘piecehall’.
Another option for Piece Hall Halifax parking is the Woolshops Shopping Centre car park. The upper car park is available after 6:30pm, but the lower car park closes and locks after 6:30pm (4:30pm on Sundays and bank holidays). The cost of using this car park is as follows:
- Up To 2 Hours: £2.00
- Up To 4 Hours: £3.00
- Up To 6 Hours: £5.00
- Up To 24 Hours: £8.50
- Sundays: £1.00
- Bank Holidays: Free
You can also use the Eureka! Museum’s car park which is about 5 minutes’ walk away. The cost of parking here will cost the following:
- Up to 4 hours – £3.20
- Up to 12 hours – £6.40
- Up to 24 hours – £12
You will find council-run on-street parking and car parks in the following locations:
- Thomas Street
- King Street
- Mulcture Hall Road
- Northgate House
- St Johns Lane
- Prescott Street
- Union Street
The charging hours for on-street parking in Halifax is from Monday to Saturday, 8am to 6pm, excluding bank holidays. The cost of this is as follows:
- For bays with a maximum stay of 1 or 2 hours: 80p per 30 minutes
- For bays with a maximum stay of 4 hours: 60p per hour
- For bays with a maximum stay of 10 hours: 50p per hour or £3.50 over 7 hours
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By Train: The Halifax train station is a 3-minute walk away and services the Grand Central and northern lines.
By Bus: Several bus lines run by the Piece Hall Halifax, including 20, 501, 510, 512, 530, 542, 561, 563, 563A, 574, and 577.
By Car: The Piece Hall Halifax is located right in the city centre, just 3 minutes’ drive from Skircoat Road.
Disabled Parking at Piece Hall Halifax
Eureka! The National Children's Museum is a 5-minute walk away and offers free parking for blue badge holders, with designated accessible parking bays. You will find designated disabled parking on Alexandra Street, Commercial Street, Corporation Street, Gaol Lane, Northgate, Old Market, Rawson Street, Thomas Street, Wade Street and Westgate.
To search for the disabled car park that is closest to the Piece Hall Halifax, see the Blue Badge Parking website.
The nearest electric charging station is at the St Johns Lane car park, about 5 minutes’ walk from the Piece Hall Halifax.
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Overnight, Weekends & Bank Holidays
On-street parking in Halifax is free on Sundays and bank holidays. Parking at the Woolshops Shopping Centre is free on Good Friday, Easter Monday, May Day, and Boxing Day.
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Where is the Piece Hall Halifax located?
The Piece Hall Halifax sits right in the centre of Halifax, just a few minutes’ walk from the Victoria Theatre and the Eureka! Children's Museum.
When was the Piece Hall Halifax built?
The hall was built in 1779 and was used for trading pieces of cloth. It was a hugely ambitious build, and was a statement of the wealth of the cloth manufacturers at the time. It’s the only surviving cloth hall of Northern England still standing today.
Can I hire the Piece Hall Halifax?
There are several rooms which are available for private hire. The hall will provide catering as well as a dedicated function manager. To make a booking, contact the box office at [email protected], or +44 (0)1422 525200.
How accessible is the Piece Hall Halifax?
There is an accessible lift at both the South and West Gates, and wheelchair accessible bathrooms. Guide dogs are allowed in all areas of the hall, and regular pet dogs on a leash are welcome in the courtyard and outlets run by The Piece Hall Trust. Please note that the floor is uneven in some parts of the hall, so take care when moving around. Mobility scooters and toddler bikes are welcome, however, you cannot bring skateboards, segways, bikes, scooters or drones inside the hall.
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Latest Piece Hall Halifax parking reviews
Easy process, find a carpark, book in advance - just drive in and park up, cheaper than just turning up and paying on the day. Will use again.Simon
Good safe car parking close to the town centre. Stayed at the Premier Inn next door and their discount arrangement made it excellent value. Navigating the booking and payment system was a faff but overall very good.Geoffrey
No problem parking felt happy leaving my car . Reasonable price tooDebby
Great location, great value for money, especially if staying at the Premier inn which is less than a minute walk away. Postcode for location in my case took me to the wrong street for access. Would have given 5 stars had it not been the lifts were very dirty with discarded rubbish which looked to have been left from the gym users.Michael
Very straightforward though clearly the "guaranteed space" I paid for was not reserved specifically for me! Car park was filling up fast so had I arrived much later it might have been full. That important issue aside, it was very straightforward. Just drove in, parked, and drove out!Chris
Excellent parking, easy access, easy booking. SimplesSue
We did experience some difficulty in finding the car park. It confused our satnav! When we eventually entered everything was OK and we found the entry to the Premier Inn ( where we said) good. We found your website confusing to use (we are silver surfers) and as we don't have a smart phone we generated much paperwork to verify out booking.PETER
Sat nav couldn't find the car park so it was by chance we found it. But in general it was OK and central for the cityBrian
Very good EasyGary
Easy to book and great value for money, recommend this appPatrick