National Media Museum Bradford BD1 1NQ. Tel: 0844 8563797 Email: email@example.com
With the earliest known surviving negative and television footage, the National Media Museum is home to three million items, including a unique collection of television technology in Experience TV and the nation’s collection of cinematography. The Museum is also home to a giant IMAX cinema.
Tuesday - Sunday 10am-6pm. Closed Mondays except Bank Holidays and school holidays. Museum free. See website for cinema and IMAX prices.
The Peace Museum 10 Piece Hall Yard (Opposite Waterstone’s), Bradford BD1 1PJ Tel: 01274 434009 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Unique in the UK, the Peace Museum covers peace history, non-violence and conflict resolution. Displays include personal, community, national and international peacemaking. Its outreach work includes eight travelling exhibitions and audio-video website.
Wednesdays and Fridays 11am-3pm and other times by arrangement. Admission free.
Undercliffe Cemetery Undercliffe Cemetery Charity, The Lodge, 127 Undercliffe Lane, Bradford BD3 0QD Tel: 01274 642276 Email: email@example.com
Undercliffe Cemetery is a 25 acre site set high on a hillside overlooking Bradford and the hills and moors beyond. Opened in 1854 it is the final resting place of many of the city’s founders and great cross-section of Victorian society. Undercliffe is still a working cemetery today.
Open: April - September 9am-8.30pm, October - March 9am-4.30pm and from 9.30am on Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holidays.
Keighley & Haworth
Brontë Parsonage Museum Church Street, Haworth BD22 8DR Tel: 01535 642323 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Brontë Parsonage Museum has been opening its doors to visitors for over 75 years. Set between the village of Haworth and open moorland, the house still retains the atmosphere of the Brontës time.
April - September 10am-5.30pm. October - March 11am-5pm.
Closed January 2nd - 31st & Dec 24th - 27th. Last admission 30 mins before closing. Adult £7.00, Seniors £6.00, Student £5.20, Child 5 - 16 £3.60, Family £16.00.
Haworth Ghost Tours Haworth Village, Main Street, Haworth BD22 8EF Tel: 01535 642329 Email: email@example.com
Join us for an evening ghost and graveyard tour in Haworth village.
Tickets available from Haworth Visitor Information Centre and by telephone 01535 642329. Extra tours during Halloween week. Private groups 10+ by arrangement.
Spring Gardens Lane, Keighley, West Yorkshire BD20 6LH Tel: 01535 618231 Email: daru.ro
The home of Victorian Industrialist Henry Isaac Butterfield; now a museum featuring natural history, archaeology, local history and temporary exhibitions. The Edwardian breakfast room, Grand Staircase and Victorian drawing room have been recently restored.
Due to close for essential maintenance for 12 months during 2012. Please contact to check times before you visit. Admission free.
East Riddlesden Hall
Bradford Road, Riddlesden, Keighley BD20 5EL Tel: 01535 607075 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
A beautiful 17th century merchant’s house with a wonderful collection of embroideries, textiles & Yorkshire Oak furniture. The hall is now owned by the National Trust and has award winning gardens and a children’s natural play area.
11th - 15th February, then weekends only until 18th March. 19th March - 4th November open Saturday - Wednesday 10.30am-4pm (last entry). Adult £5.70, Child 5 - 18 £2.90, Family £12.90
Brontë Walks Haworth Village, Main Street, Haworth BD22 8EF Tel: 07749 108105 Email: email@example.com
Guides, tours and so much more… We offer a range of services to individuals, groups and tour operators. For 2012 we are offering two timetabled guided tours for Haworth. ‘The Passionate Brontës’ and ‘From Cotton to Worsted’. Trip Advisor: Brontë Walks… The No1 Tour in Yorkshire: September 2011
Tours run all year and further details including prices are available from Haworth Visitor Information Centre, 01535 642329, or from Brontë Walks, 07749 108 105.
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