The Peace Museum

Young students talk to an older visitor at Peace Museum in Bradford
The Peace Museum,
10 Piece Hall Yard,
Bradford (off Hustlergate)

Opening Times:

Wednesdays to Fridays, 10am-4pm and at the other times by prior appointment.

Please note there is unfortunately no disabled access to the Museum, we are on the second floor with no lift.

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The Peace Museum has a collection of some 6,000 items. They chart the history of Peacemakers and Peace-making, locally, nationally and globally.


It is the only accredited museum of its kind in the UK. The Peace Museum is a member of the International Network of Museums for Peace.

The history of peace is often un-told. The Peace Museum highlights the stories of the countless number of people who have worked to bring an end to extremism, conflict, violence and inequality and who have attempted to create understanding, peace and cohesion.

The Peace Museum asks that people consider both the past and the present and reflect upon how these may inform and transform the attitudes and behaviour of tomorrow.

Contact Details:
Tel:  01274 780241
Twitter: @PeaceMuseumUK
Facebook: The Peace Museum

Learning Programmes:

We can offer educational activities for children, young people and adults, in the Museum, in schools, colleges, universities and community settings. We specialise in initial teacher education and CPD for teachers.


Our collection and exhibition panels may be used to support a variety of activities linked to the National Curriculum, Citizenship and SMSC; our provision makes use of modern technologies and hand held learning.

The Museum produces curriculum resources for teaching and learning and these are available to purchase from our shop or by mail order. For more details please visit our website (link above).


History of the Peace Movement, Peace Art, Peace Campaigning, Conscientious Objectors.

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