Bolling Hall offers visitors a fascinating journey through the lives and times of the Bradford families for whom it provided a home over five hundred years.
Situated just a mile from Bradford city centre and situated in a quiet, leafy garden, Bolling Hall was for many years the seat of two important land-owning families, the Bollings and the Tempests.
With parts of the building dating from the Medieval, Bolling Hall is a rambling mixture of styles with every nook and cranny packed with history. During the Civil War the household supported the Royalist cause, and the house provided a stronghold during the 'siege of Bradford'.
Rooms are furnished and decorated to give an accurate taste of life at different periods of the house's history, and the fascinating furniture on display includes a superb bed made for Harewood House by Thomas Chippendale.
Spend some time exploring a different side of Bradford's heritage - but watch out for an appearance by the 'White Lady' in the Ghost Room!
Monday & Tuesday Closed to the public
Wednesday - Friday 11am - 4pm
Saturday 10am - 5pm
Sunday 12 - 5pm
Closed: Mondays (except Bank Holidays 11am - 4pm), Good Friday, Christmas Day
Access and facilities
Partial access for wheelchair users; restricted to ground floor level. Ground floor toilet. Some Braille room labels. Handbook in large print, braille and tape available to borrow or to purchase.