Discover Huddersfield was established in 2012 when with the support of Kirklees Council four unique trails were developed to help members of the general public and visitors of Huddersfield find out more about our fabulous town.
Since then we have developed thirteen additional trails and aim to create further trails to promote the gems this town has to offer.
Click from the trail list below to download a PDF guide.
Birkby Trail – Download PDF
A trail exploring the social, religious and industrial heritage of today’s multicultural community.
Almondbury Trail – Download PDF
The trail follows a linear route through the heart of the village.
Lindley Trail – Download PDF
Exploring the history of Lindley village and its leading families, from the 18th century onwards.
Civic Celebration Trail – Download PDF
Remembering some of the landmark achievements of Huddersfield Corporation, which was founded in 1868.
University Heritage Trail – Download PDF
A chance to re-live the history of the University of Huddersfield, to the 23000 student strong institution it is today.
Building Stones Trail – Download PDF
Moving through the ‘Town of Stone’ revealing the building blocks which make up Huddersfield.
Music Trail – Download PDF
Huddersfield’s musical traditions are rich and varied. Courtesy of students and staff of the University of Huddersfield.
Caribbean Trail – Download PDF
A chance to go back in time through this Caribbean history of the town.
Historic Buildings Trail – Download PDF
Taking you through the journey of Huddersfield’s many listed buildings and heritage.
Huddersfield Ghost Trail – Download PDF
An interesting and chilling trail of ghost stories and dark history curated by CHOL Theatre.
Radical Heritage Trail – Download PDF
A trail encompassing the buildings associated with radical social movements which involved men and women from Huddersfield. Developed by the Local History Society.
Real Ale Trail – Download PDF
A trail featuring Micro Breweries and local pubs specialising in real ale developed by Huddersfield Partnership.
Public Art Trail – Download PDF
A trail encouraging people to look beyond shop fronts of this town and examine public art and sculpture by Chris Marsden.
World War I Trail – Download PDF
An extensive and revealing trail surrounding the history of WWI in Huddersfield’s WWI by the Huddersfield Rugby League: A Lasting Legacy heritage project.
Ramsden Heritage Trail – Download PDF
Examining the family that shaped Huddersfield.
European Exile Communities Trail – Download PDF
A brief insight into the hidden history of places used by people from Central and Eastern Europe.
Transport Trail – Download PDF
Illustrating Huddersfield transport systems during the 19th century and how the growth of the town was stimulated by major developments involving canal, rail and road transport.