Things To Do In Bradford This April 2020

Things to do at home to keep entertained during lockdown. Fun activities to pass the time with the help of Bradford folk.

Discover crafts for wellbeing, make something with Cecil Green Arts creative challenge every Friday. #BradfordConnects.

Blue and Purple Color Pencils

Take part in the Mass Isolation project with Impressions Gallery, share your experiences of the Coronavirus outbreak on Instagram. #massisolationIG

Project for Instagram called Mass Isolation Project

Keep moving, stay fit from home with #10Today on BCB Radio. Tune in to 10 minutes of physical activity (Monday – Friday at 2pm). It’s good for you and fun to do!

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.

Bradford Cathedral – Hospitality. Faithfulness. Wholeness.

Kick back, and relax watch some of the films and TV shows from Bradford’s Film Heritage. Visit locations from your favourite movie and television moments. 

Visit Bradford museums and galleries from the comfort of home. Here are our favourite onesBe wowed! Take a virtual tour of Cliffe Castle Museum or visit the objects and stories of the National Science + Media Museum collection. The world is your oyster at, where you can take tours of internationally renowned museums. 

Over the years, Ilkley Literature Festival has welcomed many authors listen to the collection of audio recordings.

Photo of Woman in a Red Crew Top and Black Framed Eyeglasses Texting while Listening to Music on Headphones

7 cracking things to keep the children entertained indoors during the Easter holidays.

We have pulled together some of the most positive, creative, helpful, interesting and entertaining activities to keep you going over the coming weeks. Take a look > >

Whatever you end up doing, let us know. You can reach us on FacebookInstagram, and Twitter. #visitBradford #YorkshireDaysIn

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