National Media Museum | Bradford
The National Media Museum in Bradford, UNESCO City of Film, is an institution dedicated to various forms of communication and one of the most visited British museums outside London.
The museum galleries, arranged on eight floors, are focused on the most diverse means of expression: film, photography, television, animation, and new media are depicted through an impressive set of objects, videos, and interactive exhibits, from a collection composed of 3,5 million items.
The National Media Museum includes also three cinemas, where the Bradford International Film Festival is held every year. The museum also organizes temporary exhibitions, film projections, live performances, and educational courses for adults and children.
At the museum, two cafes, a picnic area, and a shop are available to the public.
The National Media Museum is fully accessible to disabled visitors; wheelchairs are available for hire, free of charge.
Photos: cover by Lazygamer; 1 by Luke McKernan; 2 by Frankie Roberto
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