BRADFORD has many top attractions that won't cost you a penny to visit.

Here are six of the top places to go in Bradford, as currently rated by the Tripadvisor website.

The reviews work by a five-star rating system on their website.

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


Pictureville, Bradford, BD1 1NQ

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5 from 1,491 reviews (due to reopen on Wednesday, August 19)

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Anna K: Five stars: "This is a great day out - the museum is very interactive and you will definitely not notice time passing!

"I enjoyed the amount of activities and different exhibitions!"

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


Features Roberts Park, Salts Mill and its many cobbled streets

Rating: 4.5 stars from 1,404 reviews

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Jo B: Five stars: "Lovely little town, with the canal running through it. Quaint shops and a few good independent daytime eateries, bars and restaurants. Well worth a visit. It also has Salts Mill, of course; see separate review."

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


Tong Lane, Bradford, BD4 0RY

Rating: 4 stars from 764 reviews

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Alan R: Five stars: "Took 2 grandchildren to Grasshoppers play area in the garden centre. £5 each for children for 13/4 hours play. Plenty to do and in this time of problems made safe and well cleaned. Not too many people let in because of Covid so no crowding and easy access to the facilities. Reasonable food and drink available in the play area. Afterwards a decent cafe and garden centre to look around. Good few hours out."

Bradford Telegraph and Argus: The Peter Pan statue at Lister ParkThe Peter Pan statue at Lister Park


Lodge Oak Lane, Bradford, BD9 4NA

Rating: 4.5 stars from 235 reviews

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Yorkshire Wanderer: Four stars: "What a wonderful open space in Bradford, the vast Lister Park has something for everyone, the tranquil botanical gardens with a cute stream running through it, a gorgeous lake, vast green areas where can you can lose yourself, plus Mughal water gardens, and in normal life, Cartwright Hall would be open, the bowling green and children's play areas."

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


Moorside Road, Bradford, BD2 3HP

Rating: 4.5 stars out of 410 reviews

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Phil R: Four stars: "A Great place to visit looking into life in the time of the industrial Revolution. And much more. Also a good Christmas fair every year."

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


Beck Lane, Bingley, BD16 4DS

Rating: 4.5 stars from 574 reviews

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Liverbird05: Five stars: "This is magnificent sight as you walk the canal. From Bingley you first see the 3 rise locks then you see these. Really interesting to watch if boats are navigating them."

Bradford Telegraph and Argus:


127 Undercliffe Lane, The Lodge, Bradford, BD3 0QD

Rating: 4.5 stars from 63 reviews

Example of Tripadvisor reviews: Auntie P31: Five stars (from February 2020): "A party of thirteen of us had a fascinating guided tour of this amazing place, our guide was extremely knowledgeable and amusing and we all enjoyed the tour immensely.

"We had a warm welcome at the lodge when we arrived and after a background talk about the history of the cemetery it was out into the icy February breeze for our tour!

"Well worth going even on such a chilly day - I'm sure we will be planning a return visit in warmer weather. The cemetery is maintained and run by volunteers who are doing a wonderful job."