Salt’s Mill

Salt’s Mill in the West Yorkshire England village of Saltaire is named for the man who established the woollen mill located here in the mid 19th century. Sir Titus Salt was born and raised in Leeds, not far from the site of the mill.

When Salt’s Mill closed, a man named Jonathan Silver purchased it and immediately began renovating it. Today, the main building of the mill is home to an assortment of enterprises, including:

  • The 1853 Gallery
  • A wide variety of shops that sell things like art supplied, books, jewellery, antiques, outdoor clothing, and household items.
  • Cafes and restaurants.

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