Bradford is home to a unique combination of two incredibly different, but equally fascinating UNESCO sites (Saltaire and City of Film), the former residences of literary greats from Bronte to Priestley, and just a stone’s throw away from two beautifully scenic moorlands. Bradford is also a thriving hub of different cultures and has been crowned ‘Curry Capital of Britain’, making it the ideal staycation destination for culture, entertainment, and of course, food!’

What's on in Bradford

18 - 21 October
The railway’s popular Beer & Music festival will be returning, tickling the real ale drinkers’ taste buds with over 150 ales from all over the country to choose from. Cider and wine drinkers will also be able to have their thirst quenched with a wonderful selection of fine wines and ciders.

23 - 25 November
Held every year since 2013, Haworth's Steampunk Weekend includes street entertainers, bands and a very special 'Steampunk Burlesque' show.

Staff Recommends

Best Restaurant: Zouk Indian Restaurant. Absolutely fantastic food and service. You won’t be disappointed.

Best Shopping: The Kirkgate Centre in Bradford. All high street shops catered for and is a 32 minute train journey!

Best Kept Secret: Cow and Calf Rocks. A fantastic walk where you can truly experience the stunning Yorkshire Countryside and views (In between Bradford and Ilkley) Close to a number of great pubs where you can have a pint of real ale and a great home cooked meal

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