Bradford offers distinctive experiences whether you are a new visitor or returning to explore further. Will you spend time with the Brontës in Haworth? Would you prefer to take an invigorating walk on Ilkley Moor 'Bah't at'? Will you choose to spend a lazy Sunday with Hockney in Saltaire or take your seat for a West End show at the Alhambra theatre? Whatever your preference, you'll find plenty of ideas and inspiration, and you're never far from a new experience!

The national media museum is a day out not to be missed. Bradford is the destination for film in Yorkshire with UNESCO status to prove it – and a museum that’s dedicated to all things sound and vision.

Moorside Mills, now a museum celebrating Bradford's industrial history.

A quality Asian restaurant in the heart of Bradford serving thoughtfully created dishes comprising of home ground spices, fresh ingredients and Omar Khan's unmistakable creativity.

Chill out in the Snug lounge, full of charm and character or if you're after something a bit more lively, watch one of the regular live music gigs being held at the venue.

A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Saltaire takes its name from its philanthropic founder, Sir Titus Salt and the River Aire, which runs through the village. Conveniently located opposite the train station, immerse yourself in Saltaire’s rich history at Salts Mill, once a leading textile mill, now a place of art, dining and shopping. It is at the Salts Mill where you will find the world’s largest...