The popular Victorian Christmas Market is bringing festive magic to Bradford this weekend.  

Bradford Industrial Museum has been transformed into a Victorian Christmas wonderland for the first time in two years.

People can expect 80 festive market stalls selling delicious food, toys, clothes, jewellery and accessories as well as the chance to pick up a host of fabulous arts, crafts and festive gifts.

Costumed characters like Dickensian skinflint Ebenezer Scrooge have also made a return appearance.

The free market will continue this Sunday from 10am to 4pm - featuring an array of Christmas activities for all ages.

Father Christmas will be visiting the museum on his specially decorated festive Bradford tram.

Meanwhile there will be face painting, a concert band, Sandy Kidz Sand Art and much more.

Councillor Sarah Ferriby, Bradford Council’s executive member for healthy people and places, said: “The Victorian Christmas Market at Bradford Industrial Museum is always a very popular event and is wonderful for children. There is plenty to see and do and is a great place to pick up early Christmas presents and to get in to the Christmas spirit.”

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