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The cosmopolitan district of Bradford truly has something for everyone. From the world famous curry houses of Bradford city centre to the city's status as UNESCO City of Film, and from Ilkley's award-winning flower displays and Michelin-starred restaurants to Saltaire's pretty cobbled streets, this busy district has so much to offer - you just need to know where to look!
Bradford is a cosmopolitan hub that's bursting with surprises. Known as the city of film, a centre of Victorian history and the curry capital of the UK.
Home of the famous Brontë sisters, Haworth is an undisputed literary mecca, attracting visitors from all around the world to its historic cobbled streets and fascinating parsonage.
Ilkley is the ideal base for a holiday in the Yorkshire Dales. This pretty, traditional spa town offers some of Yorkshire's finest tearooms and is surrounded by magnificent countryside.
Keighley is a pretty town, nestled between the charming countryside of Airedale and Keighley Moors. The town is a terminus of the Keighley and Worth Valley Railway, a heritage steam line which has been lovingly restored.
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The charming village of Saltaire was founded in 1853 by Sir Titus Salt, a leading industrialist in the Yorkshire woollen industry. The name of the village combines the founder's surname and the name of the pretty river that runs through the village.
Saltaire Brewery & Visitor Centre
Saltaire Brewery and Visitor Centre is a new state of the art micro-brewery. The brewery features a Visitor Centre with mezzanine...
Professional theatre providing classic drama, musicals, ballet, opera, pantomime, international dance and West End tours.
A primarily 17th century mansion house, containing period furnished rooms as well as temporary exhibition space.
Bradford 1 Gallery
A gallery for exhibitions of contemporary and historic art and craft.
City Centre's hidden jewel set in attractive gardens. Visitors experience a warm welcome, exploring its pace, beauty, varied worship...
Bradford Industrial Museum
Bradford's Industrial Museum has permanent displays of textile machinery, steam power, engineering and motor vehicles, along with an...
Bradford Moor Park
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A University gallery, displaying contemporary local and international visual art.
Impressions Gallery is the UK's leading independent venue for photography.
Lister Park was crowned Britain's Best Park in 2006 and is also home to Cartwright Hall Art Gallery. You will also find the Mughal...
Myrtle Park is home to some of Bradford's most popular events, including the Bingley Show. There is also a host of leisure facilities...
National Media Museum
The museum is open Tuesday to Sunday (along with Bank and school holiday Mondays) from 10:00am until 6.00pm. Admission to the National...
The Peace Museum is unique in the UK, covering peace history, non violence and conflict resolution. The museum send exhibits across...
St George's Hall
The Victorian built St George's Hall is home to a wide range of entertainment bringing the cream of touring music, comedy and variety...
The Bradford Playhouse
Local theatre with a wide range of amateur productions with regular Jazz nights.
East Riddlesden Hall (NT)
East Riddlesden Hall is a 17th century merchants house, set in its own grounds with gardens and duckpond.
Bronte Parsonage Museum
Charlotte, Emily and Anne Bronte wrote some of the greatest novels in the English language. Haworth Parsonage was their lifelong home...
Cliffe Castle Park
Visit Cliffe Castle Park for a great family day out. Not only can you visit Cliffe Castle Museum, but there's also a childrens' play...
Keighley and Worth Valley Railway
Step back in time and enjoy a train ride through the heart of Brontë country. Most services are operated by steam trains, but the railway...
The Passionate Brontes
Riverside Gardens is a popular place for families to relax and enjoy the surroundings.
Ilkley Toy Museum
The museum contains one of the finest private collections of toys in the North of England.
Manor House Art Gallery & Museum
Situated within the beautiful surroundings of the Wharfe Valley, one of Ilkley's oldest buildings, the Manor House, has been converted...
Salts Mill & 1853 Gallery
Four comprehensive art galleries featuring over 400 works by David Hockney. Grade II Listed historic mill building set in a picturesque...
Guided walks of Saltaire, UNESCO World Heritage Site.
The district of Bradford is both culturally rich and excitingly diverse. The city of Bradford itself is a UNESCO City of Film, boasting not only Yorkshire's only Imax cinema but also the National Media Museum. Just a short distance away, Saltaire's charming cobbled streets are alive with historic memories, from the superb Salts Mill with its fantastic galleries, antiques emporium and restaurants to the many vintage shops dotted around the town. The handsome town of Ilkley is also bursting with culture, with its award-winning floral displays and superb literature festival.
Bradford truly is one of Yorkshire's most diverse districts. If you're looking for outdoor activities, the unusual 'Cow and Calf rocks' near Ilkley are the perfect place for rock climbing (for experienced climbers!) or simply for scrambling and hiking in beautiful surroundings. Alternatively, if you're looking for a more relaxed outing, spend an indulgent afternoon in the award-winning Betty's Tearoom, browsing in Keighley's large shopping centre or visiting historic Haworth to discover the charming railway station made famous in the film of The Railway Children!
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