The Peace Museum UK occupies three small galleries in one of Bradford’s many fine Victorian buildings. A member of the International Network of Museums for Peace, it is unique in that it is the only accredited museum of its kind in the UK. The Museum highlights through its collection and education and outreach work, the stories of the countless people who have tried to bring an end to extremism, conflict, violence and inequality and to create social justice, understanding, peace and cohesion. It is a local Museum, which explores hidden histories and untold stories of national and global importance. We work with intending and in serving teachers to help enrich curriculum provision, using exciting 21st century strategies. We offer a range of resources aimed at primary, secondary and post 16, at competitive prices. These are all explicitly linked to the requirements of the National Curriculum, Citizenship and SMSC. Please visit our websites for more details.
Open Wednesday, Thursday and Friday - 10:00 to 16:00. The Museum is also open for school, college, university or community group visits at other times by prior appointment. Please contact the Museum to discuss your requirements.
There is free public entry to the Museum, but donations are always most welcome. The Museum makes a modest charge for group bookings and education and outreach activities. Please contact the Museum for details.
The Museum is twenty minutes from Junction 25 of the M62 and has good rail and bus connections. Situated in Bradford city centre, the Museum is a five minute walk from Bradford Interchange and even less from Forster Square Railway Station. Parking is available in the NCP or Kirkgate car parks, both situated only minutes away from the Museum. We are located opposite Waterstones bookshop.
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Facilities and services
- Education facilities available
- Research facilities for academics
Wi-Fi Refreshments (on request) Study area Meeting facilities Please note that unfortunately we are located on the second floor and only accessible by stairs.
- West Yorkshire
- textile (Craft)
- Social History
- Sound & Oral Histories
- Books & Manuscripts
- Built heritage
- arts, craft and design roles
- war artist
- British History
- Contemporary (British History)
- 21st Century
- 20th Century
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