Bradford lies at the heart of the City of Bradford, a metropolitan borough of West Yorkshire, in Northern England. It is situated in the foothills of the Pennines, 8.6 miles (14 km) west of Leeds, and 16 miles (26 km) northwest of Wakefield.Bradford has a large amount of listed Victorian architecture including the grand Italianate City Hall.
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National Media Museum
Bradford City Park
Bradford City Hall
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Bolling Hall Museum
Media Museum is home to over 3.5 million items of
historical significance. They look after the National Photography,
National Cinematography, National Television and National New Media.
Traditional and interactive galleries located across eight floors of the Museum investigate and celebrate film, photography, television, animation and new media. The Museum houses two other cinemas which can accommodate a wide range of film formats.
Theatre Morley Street. The 1,400 capacity main house is a
major touring venue and hosts a wide range of stage shows from
ballet and opera to variety and comedy, musicals, drama and, of
course, the annual pantomime. Regular visits are made from
prestigious companies such as Opera North, the Royal Shakespeare
Company, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Northern Ballet Theatre, Matthew
Bourne's New Adventures and the Royal National Theatre to complement
spectacular West End musicals.
City Park is a public space in the centre of Bradford, West Yorkshire. It is centred on the Grade I listed Bradford City Hall. It comprises three main areas (each side of the triangular City Hall site.) To the East of the City Hall is the Norfolk Gardens area. As part of the renovations to City Park an underused concrete footbridge was removed and a new bus canopy was installed. In front of City Hall is Centenary Square. This area was extensively landscaped and now comprises raised lawns, seating and stone sets.
Hall is a Grade I listed, 19th-century town hall in
Centenary Square, Bradford, West Yorkshire, England, and is notable
for its landmark bell/clock tower.
The building is set in Centenary Square, which was developed and pedestrianised in 1997, the city's centenary. Staff give tours of the building on request. Annually in September the City Hall holds a heritage weekend, when visitors can see more of the building.
Hall, is one of the oldest buildings in Bradford. It is
currently used as a museum and education centre.The building is
about a mile from the centre of Bradford.
Bolling Hall offers visitors a fascinating journey through the lives and times of the Bradford families for whom it provided a home over five hundred years. With parts of the building dating from the Medieval, Bolling Hall is a rambling mixture of styles with every nook and cranny packed with history.