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Bradford is the world’s first UNESCO City of Film, a centre of Victorian heritage and the curry Capital of Britain. This culturally diverse city has a vitality that grabs you by the collar and pulls you in. And it just keeps getting better.
Bradford City Centre Get out and explore this culturally rich city.
Bolling Hall, Bradford One of the oldest buildings in Bradford. Bolling Hall is situated just a mile from the city centre.
Yorkshire has plentiful supplies of soft water, which was needed in the cleaning of raw wool during the peak of the industrial revolution.
It was the ford over the wide Bradford Beck which gave the city its name. In the city centre the beck is now entirely underground.
You can't help but be impressed by Bradford's industrial heritage with its spectacular Victorian architecture rising up above the city. Explore Little Germany and view the wealth once generated when the city was known as Wool Capital of the world! With 55 listed buildings it may take a while to take it all in.
Bradford's Grade I listed City Hall is one of the most iconic buildings in the city. The clock tower rises an amazing 220 feet above the skyline and has thirteen bells. By simply walking the streets of the city you will be fascinated by the rich history and grandeur so make sure you take your time.
Bradford is the world's first UNESCO City of Film, receiving this accolade because of the rich film heritage and its inspirational film locations. Also home to the National Media Museum, you can view a mix of historical collections to interactive galleries.
Bradford proudly boasts a wide collection of galleries and theatres where you can experience top West End shows, top comedians and international orchestral performances. With an array of museums, mainly with free entry, you can spend time soaking up the atmosphere whilst learning more about the city.
No visit to the city is complete without sampling the delights of its famous curry houses. Bradford has been proud winners of the Curry Capital of Britain award for four years in a row, so it is official, nothing beats a Bradford curry!
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As you'd expect from the city of film, Bradford is home to the National Media Museum. From amazing exhibitions and historical archives to Yorkshire's first IMAX cinema and three Picturehouse cinema's, this is a must see whilst visiting the city. The Alhambra Theatre attracts top musicals and shows from London's West End as well as Yorkshire's biggest panto.
Bradford's rich history is brought to life within the fantastic range of museums. Learn about the history of the industrial heritage at Bradford Industrial Museum or visit Cartwright Hall, the fantastic art gallery with an Indian style Mughal Water Garden.
When the sun shines there is no better place than the award winning City Park with its 100 fountains and water effects. Sit by the water and watch the world go by and simply relax.
Love curry? Bradford was once again crowned Curry Capital of Britain in 2014, four years in a row! A Bradford curry really is a must when you are visiting the city. You'll find award winning restaurants in and around the city, from café-style favourites to impressive dining experiences.
Bradford is gaining a reputation for a unique drinking experience. North Parade has a host of independent bars where you can sample real ales from not just Yorkshire but all around the world.
If you'd like to take a taste of Yorkshire home with you, your taste buds will be spoilt for choice. There are wonderful farmers' markets in Bradford itself and villages like Saltaire and Baildon so you can stock your boot full of the freshest local fruit and veg.
The National Media Museum has so much going on, it's hard to know where to start. But if you love film, photography, TV, radio or gaming, it's best to jump right in. Kids can play with light and colour in the Magic Factory, get gaming in the Games Lounge and watch favourite TV moments in TV Heaven. But the star of the show has to be the IMAX cinema - showing jaw-dropping 3D short films and movies.
You might be surprised to discover that Bradford is also a city of parks and green spaces. Six Bradford parks have once again been awarded the prestigious Green Flag Awards, including Lister Park which has its formal Mughal Water Gardens, boating lake and children's play area.
As you wander around Bradford city centre, you can't help but notice there are beautiful old buildings at every turn. And where better to start than 500 year old Bradford Cathedral, situated on the edge of the city's historical heart. A few steps more and you'll reach Little Germany, named after the 19th Century European merchants who came here. And there's more Victorian architecture to admire in the form of the Grade I listed Wool Exchange.
If you'd like to spend a little time exploring a different side of Bradford, then go to Bolling Hall. Just a mile outside the city centre, here you'll discover the lives and times of the Bradford families who called it home for over 500 years. Every nook and cranny is packed with history through the centuries, including Cromwell's Death Mask. But can you spot the White Lady in the Ghost Room?
Back in the city centre sit a wealth of museums, containing different snapshots of Bradford's colourful history. The Peace Museum is unique to the UK and, as the name suggests, charts non-violence and conflict resolution. Bradford Industrial Museum has innovative displays of textile machinery, steam power and engineering.
Bradford has a proud history. It was the wool capital of the world (a trade which originated in Yorkshire in the 14th century, based on the Cistercians and their superior woolly sheep), and part of the cradle of the Industrial revolution - a city full of 'Yorkshire grit'. These are some of the titles that apply to Bradford. However, at first glance the Jewish connection to Bradford seems a strange one. While the Leeds and Manchester Jewish community grew as part of the migration of Russian Jews escaping from tsarist Russian persecution in the 1880s and 90s, Bradford was part of an earlier settlement from the 1820s onwards, part of a commercial venture of Germans, both Jewish and Gentile. German Jews who came to Bradford from the 1820s onwards, came not to seek freedom from persecution, but to build businesses and fortunes. They did much to shape Bradford and to create its wealth and fame. They were passionately concerned in the building of Bradford and helped change a small town into a major commercial city. They made an indelible mark on its industrial as well as cultural and charitable life.
For some retail therapy of the High Street kind, you'll find all your favourites at the indoor Kirkgate Centre or outdoors at the Forster Square Retail Park. From fashion and sports to those bathroom cabinet essentials, there are plenty of bargains to be found as you mooch between stores, departments and coffee shops. In November 2015 The Broadway shopping centre will be opening its doors offering a wealth of shops and restaurants.
If you're looking for something a little bit different, then there's a wealth of exciting independent shops to tickle your fancy. Home to some of the best Asian shops in the country, you'll find yourself surrounded by all the beautiful fabrics, sparkling jewellery and pretty shoes you could wish for. You simply can't afford to miss out on the treasures in the vibrant quarter known as the World Mile.
Also well worth a visit is Bombay Stores. With forty years experience, they have developed an in-depth understanding of the Asian fashion market. So if you are looking for style that affords comfort and doesn't cost the earth visit Bombay Stores. For an unrivaled range and to find the perfect occasion wear visit here as they are an Aladdin's cave of possibilities and you will find yourself spoilt for choice.
Keelham Farm Shop is a national award-winning farm shop based in Bradford. Food always comes first at Keelham, and being based on a working farm they believe no one is more passionate about sourcing local and seasonal produce than they are! They're known for providing great tasting, fresh and affordable food, which is sourced directly from over 250 local and regional producers and farmers.
The Alhambra Theatre
With a capacity of 1,400 seats, this is a wonderful theatre and often recieves visits from major touring companies including The Northern Ballet Theatre and The Royal Shakespeare Company.
City Park, Bradford
A brilliant high tech water feature. You can see 100 fountains, laser lights, mist and water effects
A taste of Asia
Don’t leave the Curry Capital of Britain without dining at one of its many authentic curry houses.
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