Bradford was considered to be the wool capital of the world and is now proud to be the first UNESCO City of Film. It has urban/rural assets making it a desirable place to live, and diverse cultural assets making it attractive to visitors.
Bradford offers great value for money with its many free activities and attractions such as Saltaire; a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The district has many parks, museums, exhibitions and theatres. One of the newest features is City Park; an award winning high tech water feature that has staged several events.
Bradford is a cultural city and has many different eating establishments that cater for all tastes and budgets. With over 200 Asian restaurants, Bradford is the Curry Capital of Britain.
There are numerous destinations across the district for shoppers and explorers. The Broadway, Kirkgate Centre and Forster Square are where you will find all the main high street retailers. You can also make your way to the ‘top of town’ where you can explore the independents around North Parade. Bradford’s District Town Centre’s in Keighley, Shipley, Bingley and Ilkley are also great locations to explore.
For more information about places to visit in Bradford, check the Visit Bradford website.