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Keighley Library

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Keighley Library

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North Street, Keighley BD21 3SX England
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Private Tour - Haworth, Bolton Abbey and Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from York
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Private Tour - Haworth, Bolton Abbey and Yorkshire Dales Day Trip from York

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If you’re short on time or trying to fit in a lot during your vacation, one day is all you need to experience the history and wild beauty of Northern England. This private tour of Bronte Country and the Yorkshire Dales National Park from York encompasses top attractions such as Bolton Abbey, Bingley Five Rise Locks, and breathtaking moors. The tour includes the West Yorkshire Pennine Village of Haworth, made famous by the Bronte sisters and home to the Bronte Parsonage Museum. In Haworth you will also discover quaint cobbled streets and traditional tea shops.
US$537.38 per adult
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daviddinerojr wrote a review Sep 2019
Mount Airy, North Carolina10 contributions3 helpful votes
Interesting to see the architecture of the city and experience the inside of a still active library.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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pessssinawizzy wrote a review May 2018
Norwich, United Kingdom57 contributions10 helpful votes
This Library has a vast selections of books and a lot of computers you can used. Staff is very helpful and friendly. If you have to study or like to have a quite place just go upstairs .
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Date of experience: October 2017
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Corinnescakes wrote a review May 2018
Keighley, United Kingdom50 contributions56 helpful votes
I visit the library regularly with my 3 year old granddaughter, we make use of the children's area to read, play and if ist cold and dull outside we bring some stickers and colours to keep us entertained. There is an area where you can have refreshments from the ending machines. So we can stop for a juice and snack if we wish. We often choose to purchase an activity book to take away as well as borrowing some really good reads. the library runs a couple of children's sessions each week that are fun and free. I have always found the staff to be friendly and approachable. I feel very comfortable there
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Date of experience: April 2018
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Joanne H wrote a review Nov 2017
Preston, United Kingdom976 contributions247 helpful votes
Although this library was updated a few years ago, it looks like it is suffering from cut backs, I think that half of the lights have been switched off to save money as it was quite dark in there. Upstairs it needed a serious clean up as there were old books just dumped everywhere all which were in quite bad condition and needed a bit of TLC The staff are not the most helpful, I felt I was disturbing them when I needed to ask something As I join the library where ever I live I will still use it even though there is much that could be improved about it
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Date of experience: November 2017
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sabatinitennis wrote a review Oct 2017
London, United Kingdom3,582 contributions566 helpful votes
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The facade and exterior of this centrally located public building is outstanding. A true work of art that fits in with the local architecture. Inside it is huge and on two floors. The decor is cream coloured and the largew number of windows allow light to flood in. Downstarirs there are barrel shaped ceilings, newspapers to read and shelves of books spaced out thoughfully. The reference library is also downstairs, but upstairs is an impressive local history and family research section. A proper old library and one to be proud of.
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Date of experience: October 2017
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