Things to see and do - Bradford
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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 ..
The Leisure Exchange, Vicar Lane GB - Bradford BD1 5LD
Prix Prices from : 34 £
Holiday Inn Express Bradford City Centre is located within the Leisure Exchange complex, which boasts a casino, ten pin bowling and various restaurants and bars. Free Wi-Fi is accessible throughout the hotel. The rooms at this Holiday Inn Express ar..
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
Prix Prices from : 38 £
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..
Mytholmes Ln GB - Haworth BD22 8EZ
34-38 Bradford Rd GB - Shipley BD18 3NT
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.