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Located in the heart of the beautiful Holme Valley, The Picturedrome is situated in a small town called Holmfirth, 7 miles South of Huddersfield. Holmfirth is a small town that sits just north of the Peak District in West Yorkshire.


Holmfirth Centre map




The town is better known as the location for the popular BBC TV series Last of the Summer Wine - with thousands of fans making the journey every year to visit such locations as Sid’s Café and Nora Batty’s Steps. Whilst Last of the Summer Wine is a major visitor attraction, it certainly isn’t the only reason people visit Holmfirth year in and year out.

With its breathtaking scenery across the Holme Valley, Holmfirth is also popular with walkers and wildlife enthusiasts alike, and if that isn’t enough there are some wonderful attractions to be seen in the town itself.



Holmfirth is one of the most popular and much loved destinations in West Yorkshire, with visitors flocking to the sleepy town all year round.


Our Address

The Picturedrome
Market Walk
West Yorkshire


The Box Office Bar

The Box Office is a newly-opened bar at the back of the Picturedrome, open specifically for you to enjoy live music.

Opening times for The Box Office are: 6:30pm until late.



We recommend you use the COOP Car Park on Huddersfield Road.
Turn right from Victoria Street on to Huddersfield Road and the car park is your next right.

There is also a smaller Car Park opposite the venue (Bus Station on Map above), but gets full very quickly.


How to get to Holmfirth

From the northwest: Leave the M62 at J23 Huddersfield. Follow signs 3 miles into Huddersfield and turn right onto the Ring Road. Leave the ring road at a major junction after 2 sets of lights, following signs for Holmfirth and Sheffield. A616. A quarter mile after leaving the ring road turn left after the first traffic lights, signs for Holmfirth and Holme Valley. Continue another 5 miles through Honley to Holmfirth.

From the northeast Travel south on the M1 past Leeds to J39 Denby Dale. Leave the motorway and turn right at the roundabout, A636 Denby Dale.Go strasight across a difficult junction with the A635 at the Sovereign pub on the left, through New Mill to Holmfirth.

From the south and southeast: Leave the M1 motorway at junction 35a, A 616, signed for Manchester. Carry on this road past Stocksbridge, Langsett and across the A628. 1.5 miles after the A628 roundabout, turn left onto the B6106, which brings you into Holmfirth after about 4 miles.



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