The National Media Museum is situated in the heart of Bradford, UNESCO City of Film. It aims to be the best museum in world for inspiring people to learn about, engage with and create media.
The Museum is home to over 3.5 million items of historical significance. It looks after the National Photography, National Cinematography, National Television and National New Media Collections.
There is a cafe and bar onsite, The Media Cafe serving freshly preapred food using locally sourced ingredients and the Pictureville Bar serving a wide selection of alcoholic and soft drinks.
We are situated in Bradford city centre and the route is well signposted. We are a five minute walk from Bradford Interchange and a fifteen minute walk from Bradford Forster Square station.
Bradford Interchange is served by all main bus operators in the area. Find timetable information on the West Yorkshire Metro website. The free city bus follows a circular route stopping at key locations around the city centre.
Bradford Interchange and Bradford Forster Square stations are centrally located and are served by both local and national railway lines.
The nearest car parks are Sharpe Street and Radwell Drive, at the rear of the Museum. The nearest multi-storey car parks are located on Hall Ings and Thornton Road (New Southgate).