Information on Dean Clough
- Culture & Heritage
- Disabled Access
- Food & Drink
- Galleries & Museums
- Inns & Bars
- Markets & Shopping
- Meeting & Conference
The site boasts an abundance of arts and culture with six galleries, a subterranean theatre (the Viaduct Theatre), two resident theatre companies (Northern Broadsides and IOU), a permanent art collection with over 300 original works on display, a dedicated arts mill and studios which are home to 25 artists and numerous art organisations.
There is a fabulous array of local independent food and drink establishments, catering for a range of tastes
The Engine Room– Café serving excellent food and drink
Stod Fold– Traditional pub serving food and craft beers
The Weaver Rooms– Café serving homemade favourites and coffee served fresh from their roasters
Next Level– Free to play retro arcade gaming bar, serving food and drink
The Mill Bar & Kitchen– Restaurant serving all kinds of food, using the best Yorkshire produce
Thai Corner– Restaurant conjuring up the flavours of Thailand
Babar Khan– Restaurant serving the finest Indian and Pakistani dishes
True North– Fine dining with a relaxed and stylish atmosphere
In addition to a Jack Wills outlet store, the Prestige Flowers Gift Shop and the Design Shop, there are beauty salons, hairdressers, gyms and a karate dojo for those who like a workout!
At the heart of the site is The Arches, a spectacularly stylish industrial venue, perfect for incredibly individual weddings and exclusive events. With a highly-experienced events team, The Arches is a much sought after venue for charity balls, proms, private parties and corporate events. The space is very versatile with formal dinners seating up to 300 people, with the added benefit of a Travelodge hotel on site for overnight stays.
Across the year there are a variety of events which take place all across Dean Clough, whether in the restaurants, specific events spaces, the art galleries or in the artists’ studios. Recent events have included drive-in movies, art exhibitions, live music, life drawing, a bierkeller, lunch with Prue Leith and lots more. See the What’s On page on our website for current and future events.
For families there is the Dean Clough Trail. This free trail takes approximately 1 hour to complete and the clues lead across the Dean Clough site (both inside and out). Those following the trail will get to see the huge Dean Clough Lego model and will be tested to see if they can walk along the old railway tracks, amongst many things. The trail leaflets are available from Main Reception in D Mill.
Visitors are welcome seven days a week and the public mills are open from 9am to 5pm (from 10am on a Sunday). Parking charges apply during the week (but not at weekends and after 6pm during the week). Otherwise, the site is ‘free entry’.
More information about Dean Clough can be found on the website, on social media or by calling Dean Clough reception on 01422 250250.