Built in 1841 The St Peter-at-Leeds Minster Church lies on holy ground that has been in practice for over twelve hundred years. Worth to see for its beautiful architecture sat beside the water.
One of the biggest city parks in Europe, spanning over 700 acres! Made up of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens. Grab a picnic basket or just a sandwich and a few drinks from the super market and relax your afternoon away!
Stretched alongside the city, The River Aire has created its own social environment. Enjoy a stroll down, soaking up the views and stopping off at the many pubs, cafe’s and bars along the way!
Tick Tock Unlock
A modern attraction in Leeds, fantastic for team building and breaking the ice! The aim of the game is to work in a team and escape the room in sixty minutes solving a series of clues, puzzles and riddles. Exhilaration!
Explore over 8, 500 objects on display in five galleries - War, Tournament, Oriental, Self-defence and Hunting. One of the biggest collections of its kind, worth taking a trip to see a little part of our artillery history.
Situated in Roundhay Park, Tropical World Leeds houses the largest collection of tropical plants outside of Kew Gardens. Meet meerkats, crocodiles, lemurs, bats, snakes and a whole variety of tropical creatures.
A shopping and leisure complete destination, Trinity Leeds is the newest addition to Leeds’ retail world. A glass roof erected between Albion Street and Briggate. Located in the heart of the city, housing all the best in high street names, restaurants and bars.
The Grand Arcade
A go to place for all your independent stores and boutiques. All under the oldest shopping arcade in Leeds. Built in 1897, the arcade also has the newly refurbished W.M. Potts Clock - watch it strike and the figures come out and take a bow!
leeds’ premier upmarket shopping area, home to the first Harvey Nichols outside of London. The Victoria quarter has attracted many other famous designers such as Vivienne Westwood and Paul Smith.
Where you will find the hub of Leeds nightlife - Call Lane. Great for first time visitors as home to your familiar names such as Revolution. Oporto has recently been voted as the UK’s best night out, hosting talented musicians and DJ’s alike.
A suburb of Leeds itself, but still very much happening when it comes to its nightlife. Popular with students and young professionals you’ll find cheap eats and budget watering holes as well as more upmarket and trendier bars and pubs.
Think of this area as where to end your night, you’ll want to be dancing in the likes of Tiger Tiger and Pryzm. Latest tunes along with a great atmosphere, a no brainer for the Leeds nightlife virgin.