WE are living through really weird times at the moment with most of the places we would love to visit in the Bradford district strictly off limits due to the coronavirus lockdown.

But when the lockdown is lifted and we can once again visit locations around Bradford (whenever that may be), which will be the first place you visit in the district.

Why not let us know in the comments section of this story where the first place you will visit in the district once the lockdown is lifted and why.

Here are a few sites to kick us off:

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Whether it be Oastler Market, Kirkgate Centre or The Broadway or any other shop around the district, a bit of retail therapy or window shopping shopping would probably come in handy for a few of you now.

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Yes, the museum's website is coming up with ways to enjoy their vast and impressive collection during the coronavirus crisis, but nothing beats seeing the impressive site in person.

The Wonderlab is great for scientists young and old and are you missing seeing a film in an actual cinema yet? The museum is a great place to see the latest releases.

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Bradford City's last home match before the shutdown was a 2-1 win over Plymouth Argyle on February 29.

Bet the Bantams army are getting serious withdrawal symptoms for a walk down Midland Road on the way to the ground, a pre-match pint and to be able to feel the excitement of a game again.

When that will be, no-one knows at the moment.

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Think we will all deserve a drink after all of this.

Meeting up with our friends and family in a Bradford boozer will be something we never take for granted again, most probably.

Whether it be a pint in the city centre, North Parade or one of the district's micro pubs, it will be a fun thing to do again.

Drinking at home just isn't the same as being in a pub, is it?

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The city centre site attracts some of the biggest shows and biggest names to Bradford and hopefully it won't be too long before we can have a well-earned trip to the theatre again.

This year's Bradford panto should be extra special.