Virtually explore Bradford and district from the comfort of your settee. Here are our favourite virtual experiences right now.
Stunning drone footage of Bradford that gives you a birds eye view of the beautiful landscapes around the district. – by Hamza Mujtaba
Explore Cliffe Castle with 21st Century Technology. The home of Victorian millionaire and textile manufacturer, Henry Isaac Butterfield, has been meticulously scanned and brought to life in a digital immersive environment. Visitors can view galleries, “move” from room to room, and open up further information on each exhibit.
The National Science and Media Museum is part of the Science Museum Group of museums. The Group’s collection, including objects relating to film, photography, sound and television housed in Bradford, are available to explore online for free. Film lovers can explore free archive films on BFI Player, usually available in the museum’s BFI Mediatheque.
Visit locations from your favourite movie and television moments. Explore the film world’s best kept secrets, from Corrie’s courtroom to the Shelby’s stomping ground.
Explore the Yorkshire Film Archive, a diverse collection of documentaries, newsreels, advertising films, and home movie collections. Search for Bradford, Haworth, Ilkley, Saltaire …
Enjoy a full 360° virtual walk-through Bradford Cathedral, a hidden jewel waiting to be discovered. Set in tranquil gardens the Cathedral is alive with a sense of story from its thirteen centuries at the heart of the city.
Inside the Parsonage, find out more about the treasures of the Brontë Parsonage Museum. The Brontë sisters and their brother Branwell grew up in Haworth where their father was a curate.
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