The Bradford industrial museum was built in 1875 as Moorside mills. It was not until the Bradford council transformed the development in 1970 that the site because a museum. The museum is free to visit and schools around the Bradford district regularly visit to educate children. They have fantastic exhibitions that you can se what it was really like at various times in history.
2. National Science and Media Museum
The main museum in Bradford is the National Science and media museum which is formally known as The National Museum of Photography, Film & Television has a collections of over 3.5 million items. Its is located in Bradford city centre and is also visited frequently by schools from all over the country. It is home to the IMAX and has seven different floors of educational gallaries.
The Bronte country as it is nicknamed is a fantastic village located on the outskirts of Bradford. It is positioned right on the edge of the Pennines in West Yorkshire. The famous Bronte sisters as fantastic authors are from there too. The main street has an old sweet shop and it is brilliant to take the children on a day out.
4. Sunbridge wells
Bradfords old Victorian tunnels which have become a fantastic place for food and drink on an evening. They host regular art exhibitions and a locally famous gin bar. There are a selection of small local businesses inside why not pop down and have a look.
5. Home to Bradford City
Bradford city most recently celebrated triumphs in their recent history a fantastic victory over Chelsea at Stanford bridge and who can forget their amazing cup run. Northern Commercials Stadium or Valley Parade as the stadium is known by the locals is on midland road and has a capacity of 25,136. The stadium ground first opened in 1886 but has been home to the bantams since 1903.
6. Beautiful countryside
We have fantastic surroundings if you’re into the great outdoors. With Ilkley Moors just around the corner you can go for a wonder whenever you like. You’re never too far from a woodland walk or a canal path walk in Bradford.
7. Bradford Bulls
Bradford Bulls are well supported home team of Bradford. They play their home games at the historical odsal stadium which has had a maximum capacity of 102,569 in May 1954. It has a max capacity of 22,020 now which is under a quarter of the max recorded.
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