Attractions and Places to Visit in Leeds

Considered to be one of the gems of the north, it has an array of Victorian buildings and modern architecture, providing the perfect contrast that most travellers don't get the chance to see in one place.
Discover a thriving arts scene, pulsating nightlife, and a vibrant shopping environment in Leeds.
Embrace culture in Leeds and find yourself at the famous Royal Armouries Museum or the popular Leeds Art Gallery.
For a fantastic day trip, explore the fabulous rolling Yorkshire countryside just outside Leeds, and see some of the region's top attractions; Kirkstall Abbey and Harewood House to name just a couple.

Leeds City Museum

Leeds City Museum

Explore the history of Leeds and Yorkshire at one of the U.K's best museums.
Recently refurbished, Leeds City Museum showcases six gallery spaces displaying a variety of exhibits including the iconic Leeds tiger, vast variety of archaeological artefacts including mosaics, mummies and ancient tombs are on display.
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Leeds Cathedral

Leeds Cathedral

Leeds Cathedral is one of the finest Catholic Cathedrals in England. Saint Anne's Cathedral is situated in the heart of the Leeds city centre and contrasts with the surrounding new office blocks and the Victorian Town Hall.
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Craft Centre and Design Gallery in Leeds

Craft Centre & Design Gallery

Established in 1982 our aim is to take you on a journey to experience the talent, skill, originality and beauty of contemporary craft made by UK designer makers today. Every year our seasonal exhibition programme brings together the very best of handmade contemporary jewellery, ceramics, limited edition prints, glass, wood, textiles and works in mixed media exploring specific themes.
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Royal Armouries Museum Leeds

Royal Armouries Museum

The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is a national museum which displays the National Collection of Arms and Armour.

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Kirkstall Abbey Leeds

Kirkstall Abbey

Located just a short distance out of the city centre, Kirkstall Abbey is beautifully preserved, offering visitors an opportunity to walk through the ruins. Founded over 800 years ago in 1152, discover more about this iconic Leeds landmark and what life was like for the Cistercian monks who lived here for nearly 400 years.
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Harewood House in Leeds

Harewood House

Harewood’s history is still evolving – always changing, always striving to stay relevant to the present day. It must be alive, cared for by the people who inhabit it and enjoyed by the people who visit it. Harewood is a living history, one with many stories still to tell.
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