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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

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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.

Other museums throughout the district include the  Bradford Industrial Museum and Keighley's Cliffe Castle Museum that bring our District's history and heritage to life through ever-changing displays.

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. 

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