We love Leeds – the list of things to do in this great city is endless! But if you’ve got limited time – we’ve narrowed this down to the top 5 things to do in Leeds.
Roundhay Park isn’t just 700 acres of landscaped beauty but the grounds are packed with meerkats (yes meerkats), a park train, tropical gardens, lakes, woodlands – easily one of the most impressive parks in the UK. Their website is very informative and has recommended walks – plan your visit here.
The Corn Exchange
A collection of quirky retailers combined with delicious independent food traders all under one roof in a stunning Victorian building. In addition to this there are often craft markets and street food festivals hosted there. To find out more go here.
We often mention Harewood House in our ‘What’s On’ blogs as they always have something going on! Inside the stately house there is a great selection of art to see, and the house is set in 100 acres of beautiful countryside which plays host to a farm and penguins. Find out more here.
Ruins of Kirkstall Abbey
Kirkstall Abbey and the Abbey House Museum invites guests to wander through the ruins of a Cistercian monastery and learn about how the monks lived. The abbey itself is 900 years old and is absolutely beautiful – try and catch it on a snowy day to see it at it’s finest. Plan your visit here.
Hyde Park Picture House
Hands downs, the best place to see arthouse movies in Leeds. It also is one of the oldest cinemas in the the UK and the only gaslit cinema that is still in use. See what’s on here.
PopUp Painting loves running events in Leeds! You can see what events are coming up here.