Bradford Museum showing all forms of visual media, cinema film, photography, web, Imax 3d cinema, radio and television. Disabled access, shops and café. Admission free.
Discover all about film, television, radio, web and prhotography at The National Media Museum in West Yorkshire. The National Media Museum is situated in the heart of Bradford, UNESCO City of Film. Aiming to be the best museum in world for inspiring people to learn about, engage with and create media. The Museum is home to over 3.5 million items of historical significance. A comprehensive programme of cultural and educational events and activities bring the Museum's subject matter to life for families, schools and adults alike.
The National Media Museum organises three major film festivals every year. Traditional and interactive galleries located across eight floors of the Museum investigate and celebrate film, photography, television, animation and new media. When it comes to food and drink, The Pictureville Bar and Intermission Café serve up a mouth-watering selection, while the Museum Shop stocks a wide range of media-related resources, gifts and souvenirs. Entry is Free!
Open every day during school holidays and on Bank Holiday Mondays.