Situated in the northern county of West Yorkshire, Bradford is one of Britain’s most historically important cities, awash with legacies of the Industrial Revolution, including the Bradford Industrial Museum, housed in a charming 19th-century mill. The city has also kept up with modern life, with the National Science and Media Museum, an Imax cinema and a contemporary art gallery dedicated to local artist David Hockney popular with locals and visitors alike.
Suffice to say, despite its relatively compact size, you could spend days in Bradford and not touch the sides of its array of historical sites and attractions. But if you’re keen to dip a little under the surface and explore the nooks and crannies that tend to play second fiddle to the city’s better known places of interest, we hope our selection of unique things to see and do will help inspire you.
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