Bradford

Bradford

Interesting
Bradford
The Essential
Interesting
Like its neighbour Leeds, Bradford prospered thanks to the wool trade. 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.

Must see

Michelin's recommendations for Bradford

National Media Museum
National Media Museum
Part of the Science Museum, this museum
1:30
Brontë Parsonage Museum
Brontë Parsonage Museum
The parsonage, where the Reverend
1:00
Cathedral
Cathedral
Some parts of the cathedral, such as the
0:15
Little Germany
Little Germany
This merchants' district, Little Germany
0:30
Reed Organ and Harmonium Museum
Reed Organ and Harmonium Museum
The old institute, Victoria Hall, houses
1:00
Colour Museum
Colour Museum
The fascinating little Colour Museum is
1:00