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Located centrally, opposite Halifax Railway Station, Square Chapel is right next door to the Piece Hall.

Pop in during Box Office opening hours (Monday to Friday 9.30am –, Saturday 9.30am – 1pm, Sunday closed) if you would like to look around or find out more about this historic building.

By Car:
Follow signs for the ‘Piece Hall’ or ‘Eureka’. We suggest parking in the Woolshops or on Horton Street nearby.

By Public Transport:
Halifax railway station is directly linked to Leeds, Huddersfield, Bradford and Manchester railway stations (Tel 0845 7484950 for timetable details). Grand Central Rail operate a regular service between London and Bradford. Square Chapel is a 5 – 10 minute walk from the Bus Station (Tel 0113 245 7676 for timetable details).


Our long awaited capital redevelopment work is almost complete. This is extremely exciting for all of us, but it means that our car park has been taken over by the build and there is no longer any parking at onsite Square Chapel.  However we are surrounded by on street parking.

  • There is on street parking available at Horton Street and at the Woolshops.
  • There are two Council pay and display car parks on Prescott Street and also parking available by the Minster (50p per hour or £3 for over 5 hours. Between the hours of 8am – 6pm)
  • 2 private car parks on Union Street (£3.50 between 3 and 10 hours)
  • Parking by Orangebox young people’s centre (£1.00 an hour and up to £8.00 for 10 hours.

Disabled parking: Unfortunately we don’t have any disabled parking spaces on site.

Drop off point: You may still use the temporary drop off point at Blackledge (the cobbled lane leading up to Square Chapel.

Please call us on 01422 353 073 if you need further advice about disabled parking and other general parking options.

We are of course extremely sorry for the inconvenience our redevelopment work may cause you, but we can now look forward to a new building with first class facilities for all our visitors.

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