WITH the hours counting down until the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge come to Bradford, we already know that the Royal couple will go to City Hall and the Khidmat Centre when they spend a few hours in Bradford on Wednesday.

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We take a look at where they might want to go if they made a return visit to the district. Do you have any yourself?

National Science and Media Museum

Perfect for any parents of young children like William and Kate. It’s a place that’s both educational and entertaining and always has an action-packed programme of activities which could keep Louis, Charlotte and George occupied.

Valley Parade

We know the Duke of Cambridge is a football fan, particularly Aston Villa after he was pictured at a game at Norwich with his family earlier this season.

So what better way to show his support for the beautiful game than by going to watch Bradford City at Valley Parade and give Gary Bowyer’s side the Royal seal of approval.

Bradford City Centre

They may be going to City Hall but surely they would fancy some retail therapy in the city centre or even stop off for a drink at sunbridgewells or up at North Parade.


The Queen visited the village in 2012 and one of her grandsons and his family might want to take a look at the area themselves. You can imagine that they would have a great time in the world heritage site and take in the likes of Salts Mill and a walk around Roberts Park.


You could just imagine how packed Main Street would be if the Duke and Duchess went to Haworth. The red, white and blue bunting would be out in force in Bronte country.