Where to go in Bradford
The true sense of the UK.
Discover Bradford & District tourism information.
Why not visit Bradford for a more authentic travel experience, authentic local lifestyles, customs and culture, the Bradford district has it all. Rural landscape, traditional music and heritage; urban culture plus multi-ethnicity which defines modern living.
Once known as the 'King of Wool' Bradford has many architectural treasures and heritage sites like Little Germany and UNESCO Saltaire Village.
Looking for a culinary experience, Bradford is the undisputed King of curry having won Britain's Curry Capital award six years in a row.
The Brontes are one of the most famous literary families in history. They were born in Bradford and moved to the Haworth Parsonage in 1820 which is now a museum
David Hockney is a Bradfordian artist became one of the best-known representatives of Pop art. Hockney’s pool paintings. Although he moved to the West Coast of the United States Salts Mill has a gallery dedicated to his work, and Cartwright Hall has a new permanent Hockney area contains works spanning his career, and unseen photos from his personal albums.
An annual Places of worship tour to Gurdwara Singh Sabha, Grant Street, Barkerend; Shree Hindu Temple in Little Horton; Jamiat Ahle Hadith Masjid in Manningham and Bradford Cathedral.enables people from different backgrounds, faiths, no-faith, gender and age to visit different places of worship and listen to speakers explaining the main beliefs of each religion.