Bradford is a culturally diverse city with a Victorian heritage, magnificent attractions, and stunning architecture. The city is a UNESCO Creative City of Film and enjoys a flourishing arts scene.
Birthplace to JB Priestley, the Brontë Sisters and David Hockney, the city has strong artistic and literary connections and is home to the National Science and Media Museum and the pioneering Impressions Gallery.
With world-famous curry houses and award-winning restaurants, it’s little surprise that Bradford has been dubbed the "Curry Capital of the UK”. Bradford is nothing short of a foodie’s paradise and you will find a whole host of cuisines on offer in the city from across the world.
Take a stroll down North Parade to find local independent bars before heading out to catch some live music and entertainment. Make the most of your time in Bradford by booking tickets to the hottest West End performances at the Alhambra Theatre, or watching the best of South Asian and collaborative arts through music and dance at Kala Sangam.
Venture slightly further to Haworth and discover the rolling hills that inspired the Brontë sister’s works or take a short train journey to Saltaire to discover the works of David Hockney and more at the magnificent Salts Mill.
Getting to Bradford is easy with fantastic public transport links connecting you to all the must-see places.
Love curry? Bradford is regularly named the curry capital of Britain and even won the crown 6 years in a row! A Bradford curry really is a must.Read more
As you wander around Bradford city centre, you can't help but notice there are beautiful old buildings at every turn, including a UNESCO World Heritage site.Read more
For some retail therapy of the High Street kind, you'll find all your favourites at the Kirkgate Centre, Forster Square Retail Park or The Broadway.Read more
From the catching a world-class production at the iconic Alhambra Theatre, to engaging your brain at one of Bradford's many museums.Read more
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