The National Media Museum in Bradford is still one of the main draws to the city, despite having its funding cut a few years ago. It’s a free museum with permanent exhibitions on the history of TV, advertising, animation, and games, as well as temporary photographic displays. It also has a cinema, with an IMAX screen, although it’s now run by Cineworld.
There’s also a cafe and shop. The cafe is nice but pricey (2 x sandwiches, 2 x drinks, and a packet of mini cheddars was over £16), and the shop is smaller than it used to be but they have some nice TV and film related things.