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Like its neighbour Leeds, Bradford prospered thanks to the wool trade. In 1500, it was a bustling commercial town which already owed much of its wealth to the clothing industry. Bradford Canal opened in 1774, thus easing communications and trade. Bradford is essentially a Victorian city; it was already operating 120 mills in 1850, at which time it was the worsted wool capital of the world.
Tourist attractions Bradford : Things to see and do
GB - Bradford BD1 1NQ
Part of the Science Museum, this museum houses Britain's largest cinema projector and a curved screen, 16 m high and 20 m wide, designed to show the Canadian IMAX projection system. The exhibition illustrates the history of photography, the cinema an..
st. Church GB - Haworth BD22 8DR
The parsonage, where the Reverend Patrick Brontë and his family lived, still contains the memorabilia of a family of exceptional talent. Furniture, books and drawings remind visitors that Charlotte (1818-1855), Emily (1818-1848) and Anne (1820-1849),..
1 Stott Colline GB - Bradford BD1 4EH
The battlemented exterior does not give the impression of a building, part of which dates back to the 1440s; the west tower with battlements and pinnacles dates from 1493. The church, which is dedicated to St Peter, was raised to cathedral status in ..
Vicar Lane GB - Bradford BD1 5LD
Premier Inn Bradford Central is located in Bradford city centre and features air-conditioned rooms with an LCD flat-screen TV. The Yorkshire Dales is just under an hour’s drive from the hotel. A private bathroom, work desk and hairdryer are included..
Bridge Street GB - Bradford BD1 1JX
Built in 1867, The Great Victoria Boutique Hotel is a landmark Victorian building, located opposite Bradford Interchange and rail station. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi and free parking. This hotel is within walking distance of theatres and the Nation..
2 Thornton Road GB - Bradford BD1 2DH
Prix Prices from : 37 £
This Jury’s Inn offers stylish, modern rooms just 200 metres from the shops and bars of Bradford city centre. Guests have free Wi-Fi, a cardio gym and a restaurant. Each air-conditioned bedroom has a flat-screen TV, tea/coffee making facilities and..
34-38 Bradford Rd GB - BD18 3NT Shipley
Modern Indian restaurant with an intimate red colour scheme, a wooden feature wall and smart black furnishings. The owner and chefs specialise in dishes from their home region, Punjab; try the dry curries, homemade paneer or karahi dishes.
Mytholmes Lane GB - BD22 8EZ Haworth