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  • 1 National Museum of Photography, Film and Television Interesting

    Museums and art

    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..

  • 2 Brontë Parsonage Museum Interesting

    Museums and art

    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),..

  • 3 1853 Gallery

    Museums and art

    GB - Saltaire BD18 3LA

    The 1853 Gallery contains work by David Hockney on three floors of the old and impressive weaving workshop that also contains a bookshop, furniture store and clothes shop, as well as the Salts Diner.

  • 4 Reed Organ and Harmonium Museum

    Museums and art

    75 rd. Victoria GB - Saltaire BD18 3JS

    The old institute, Victoria Hall, houses the Reed Organ and Harmonium Museum: the harmonica invented in China 2,800 BC evolved into a popular 19C instrument. This very comprehensive collection includes church and chapel organs, with replacement keybo..

  • 5 Wool Exchange

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Market GB - Bradford BD1

    Built in 1867 in Italian style, the Wool Exchange was the centre of the world's wool trade. Brokers still meet here once a week. The statues at the entrance are those of St Blaize, the patron saint of wool combers and Edward III who did much to encou..

  • 6 Cathedral

    Religious buildings

    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 ..

  • 7 Little Germany

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Church Bank GB - Bradford BD1 4DZ

    This merchants' district, Little Germany, was named after the booming mid-19C export trade with Germany. It has been cleaned and restored to enhance the high Victorian architecture. Many of the buildings were designed by Eli Mines (1830-1899) and inc..

  • 8 Colour Museum

    Museums and art

    1 Providence Street GB - Bradford BD1 2PW

    The fascinating little Colour Museum is housed in the headquarters of the Society of Dyers and Colourists. The only museum of its kind in Great Britain, it puts on interactive exhibitions to explain the theory and use of colour.

  • 9 Brontë Weaving Shed : Townend Mills

    Museums and art

    Townend Mill GB - Haworth BT22 8EP

    Haworth was originally a weaving village with over 1 200 handlooms in action at its peak in the 1840s. Here Victorian looms produced "Brontë Tweed" and visitors can try their hand at operating them. There is also an exhibition about Timmy F..

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