Greenhead Park is a beautiful municipal park one mile north west of Huddersfield town centre.  It consists of 34 acres of beautiful parkland and stunning Victorian and Edwardian architecture.  It is a leafy park with sports courts, cafes, a mini steam train, landscaped gardens & seasonal paddle pond.

The park was opened to the public on the 27th of September 1884 and is now deemed a conservation area.

You can reach Greenhead Park from Denby Dale & Skelmanthorpe via the D1 bus.

From Shepley & Denby Dale use the 83 and 84 buses.

From Golcar & Scapegoat Hill use the 303 and 304 buses.

From Netherton & Berry Brow use the 319 bus.

From Netherton & Meltham use the 321, 323, and the 324 buses.

From Birkby & Brackenhall use the 327A and 360 bus.

From Halifax & Elland use the 343 bus.

From Paddock & Longwood use the 356 bus.

From Milnsbridge, Slaithwaite & Wilberlee use the 396 bus.

And from Ashenhurst use the 358 bus.

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