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Attractions & Days Out
Leeds City Museum
Experience a world of discovery.. explore four floors of interactive and
exciting galleries. Come face to face with the Leeds tiger, step into
Ancient Worlds to meet Nesyamun, the Leeds mummy, and dig for fossils
in the Life on Earth gallery.
The Royal Armouries is Britainís national museum of arms and armour. At
the Leeds Museum there are over 8,500 objects on display in five galleries:
War; Tournament; Oriental; Self Defence and Hunting
Leeds Art Gallery
housing a world class collection of 20th century British art and presenting
exciting temporary exhibitions. Offering exhibitions, displays, learning
programmes, events and activities.
Walk through different ecosystems and be introduced to some of the flora
and fauna which inhabit them, including desert with meerkats, rainforest,
South America house and more.
Step back in time and experience Leeds in 1842! Learn about medical care,
health and life for citizens of Leeds in hands-on exhibits, including
pain pus and blood, new frontiers of surgery and disease in retreat.
A public park since 1872, Roundhay Park's 700 has parkland, woodland,
lakes, award winning Chelsea Flower show gardens and is one of the largest
urban parks in the world.
The Grand Theatre
& Opera House
Built in 1878, the Grand Theatre is still attracting famous names and
providing a varied programme of events including musicals, ballet, comedy,
bands and drama.
West Yorkshire Playhouse
The Playhouse has 2 theatres, The Quarry has 750 seats and The Courtyard
350. It is a producing theatre and hosts a variety of shows which often
then progress to tour other regional theatres.
The historic ruins date back to 1152 abd are one of th emost complete
examples of a cistercian abbey in the United Kingdom. The abbey is set
in parklands near to the River Aire and hosts an active events programme.
Harewood House is over 250 years old, and is still a home as well as one
of Yorkshire's premier attractions. as well as the house there are extensive
gardens and grounds, a bird garden, children's playground, cafe, tearooms
and several shops.
The Temple Newsam Estate has a wealth of attractions for all the family,
the Tudor-Jacobean house has been restored, there are parks, gardens and
grounds and farm.
Situated to the east of Leeds, Lotherton Hall is an Edwardian house and
estate, with formal gardens and woodland walks. There is also a bird garden
on the grounds.
Meanwood Valley Urban
Meanwood Valley Urban Farm, a registered charity, it has grown into a
24 acre site. It’s not only a working farm with a wide variety of
animals, but also a major centre for community and environmental work.
Henry Moore Institute
Abbey House Museum
Golden Acre Park