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Ten Things Not to Miss


Bradford district is full of surprises; two UNESCO titles, cultural events, a national museum, beautiful countryside, fascinating history, the Brontë Parsonage Museum and some of the UK’s best Asian shops and restaurants. Here are some of the things you shouldn’t miss.


Saltaire, Salts Mill and David Hockney


Curry Capital of Britain 2011


A visit to Bradford isn’t complete without trying one of our famous curries. Bradford has some of the best Asian restaurants in the country and the city was crowned Curry Capital of Britain 2011. Our Curry Capital team – Aagrah, Kiplings, Prashad and Shimla Spice impressed the judges with their amazing food and service.


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Located in Saltaire, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Salts Mill is a must see visitor attraction. This former mill is a grade II listed building which now houses four comprehensive galleries featuring over 400 works by David Hockney as well as cafés, restaurants and shops.


www.saltsmill.org.uk


National Media Museum


One of the UK’s most popular attractions the National Media Museum offers something for everyone. Explore seven floors of interactive galleries, visit the IMAX and don’t miss the film festivals.


04 www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk


City Park


Bradford’s City Park will open in early 2012 and will be a magnificent six-acre park containing the largest man-made water feature in any UK city. At the heart of the park will be a central mirror pool which will feature more than 100 fountains, laser lighting and mist effects. There will be a programme of events throughout the year.


www.cityparkbradford.co.uk www.visitbradford.com


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