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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City
From its 3,000 year deep of history to the tall skyscrapers, Leeds gives you an intriguing mix of times. Learn about Leeds’ industrial past at the Leeds Industrial Museum or about the place’s warfare history at the Royal Armouries Museum, or brush on local history at Leeds City Museum. Explore Kirststall Abbey with its Cistercian Monastery ruins and stroll through the Yeodan Tarn. Rediscover your childhood at the Lego Store and go on a leisurely walk at the Meanwood Valley Trail. Connect and network with people at the Brudenell Social Club and catch a performance at the Grand Theatre Leeds. With an exciting shopping scene and vibrant night life, Leeds’ parks and restaurants with international cuisines help you kick back and have a great time. Even a simple walk to explore the buildings or by the canal will make you fall in love with Leeds.
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Leeds City Museum

Leeds City Museum

The Leeds City Museum, which was originally founded in 1819 and which reopened in 2008, houses exhibits and displays showcasing the history of Leeds. It has a large map of the city printed on the floor of the central hall, as well as many galleries called the Life on Earth gallery, which is all about natural history, and the Leeds Tiger; the Ancient Worlds Gallery housing Roman floor mosaic, the Leeds Mummy and the Iron replica of the Hellenistic Greek head of Aphrodite; the World View Gallery, and the Leeds Story Gallery. Explore the ancient worlds and the sights and sounds of the rainforest.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Rodley Nature Reserve

Rodley Nature Reserve

A wetland reserve created in 1999, the Rodley Nature Reserve is situated on the site of a former sewage works plant. In addition to this, it is also located on a route taken by migratory birds such as waders, and waterfowl such as ducks, geese and swans. Subsequently, five ponds were set up to breed dragonflies and different species of plants. This reserve also houses various types of fauna namely, frogs, newts, toads, kingfishers, and owls. Take in the world of nature and see the butterflies and bees flit from one flower to another.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Gallery Munroe House

Gallery Munroe House

Opened in 2011, the Gallery at Munro House is an independent commercial art gallery, event space and café all bundled into one. It encourages emerging talent, undertakes exhibitions on photography, painting, sculpture, printmaking, animation, and films. It also comprises of a sandwich shop and espresso bar named ‘Cafe 164’, a shop where you can purchase souvenirs, office spaces, and rooms where bands can practice and rehearse. An art lovers' paradise, visit this place to see the various exhibitions on fine arts, photography and illustrations.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Kirkstall Abbey

Kirkstall Abbey

Get rooted to the spot as you admire the sheer beauty and the imposing structure of Kirkstall Abbey, which are ruins of a Cistercian monastery founded in 1152. It has been the subject of many a painting all because of its striking and picturesque ruins. It was acquired by the Leeds Corporation in the 19th century and subsequently opened up as a museum to the general public. Today, it is a showcase for historic architecture and a venue for the Kirkstall Abbey Markets, which has over 40 stalls boasting of the local produce and handmade crafts in a beautiful setting.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Yeadon Tarn

Yeadon Tarn

Also known as the Yeadon Dam, Yeadon Tarn is a park open 365 days a year and very popular with people from all walks of life. Situated between the airport runway and the High Street, it was drained out during World War II so that enemy aircrafts couldn’t identify it as a landmark for the Avro factory. You can see mallards, ducks and quite a large population of Canadian geese here; there’s also a BMX track for cycling. Take a relaxing stroll around this park and enjoy several water sports such as sailing and fishing.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City LEGO Store

LEGO Store

Relive your childhood at the Lego Store located in Trinity Leeds, which opened shop in 2013. Since the inception of Lego in Denmark in 1949, there have been generations of children who have grown up playing with these colourful bricks, so this particular store caters to all age groups. The entire wall is full of pick-and-mix style bricks, which you can pay by the tub as you fill it up. The entire store is filled to the rafters with Lego-styled toys and they keep updating themselves with all the current and new themes.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Leeds Industrial Museum

Leeds Industrial Museum

The Leeds Industrial Museum was founded in 1982 on the world’s largest historic woollen mill. It houses displays dating back from the 18th century to the present day, and traces the history of all forms of manufacturing in Leeds—printing, clothing, engineering, and textiles. It illustrates the importance of the city as a pivotal factor in the cloth trade, as well as the number of industries that have moulded Leeds into what it is today. The museum also houses a fully functional 1920s cinema where a range of short films are shown. Connect to the industrial past of Leeds as you explore the museum.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Leeds Art Gallery

Leeds Art Gallery

Opened in 1888, the Leeds Art Gallery houses a collection of 19th and 20th century works of art, which is of national importance and is given its due recognition by the British Government. Located in the heart of the city, it caters to people of all age groups. Explore the display of rich collection of paintings by acclaimed artists such as Henry Moore, Rodin, Jacob Kramer, and Dame Barbara Hepworth. Stop for tea and refreshments at the Tiled Hall Cafe as you browse through the paintings and sculptures in the museum.

Image Courtesy: a view from the interior via Flickr
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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Henry Moore Institute

Henry Moore Institute

Browse through one of the largest sculpture galleries in Europe when you visit the Henry Moore Institute. Set up by Henry Moore in 1977, it is an award-winning exhibition centre, research centre, library and an archive on sculptures all rolled into one. The museum also curates the British collection of sculptures and archives of the Leeds Museums and Galleries. Situated in the cultural centre of the city, it attracts various historians, sculptors, artists, writers, and curators for research projects and exhibitions. Whether you are an aspiring or a budding artist, or even not, this one is a must-see.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park

With its sprawled out area of 700 acres, the Roundhay Park is one of the largest city parks in Europe. It ranks as one of the most tourist-friendly attractions in Leeds and has a footfall of a million visitors annually. Situated just a mere three miles north of Leeds, it’s a great place to take a walk and explore the lush parklands, lakes, woodlands, and the formal gardens. Indulge in a game of rugby, cricket or tennis, or simply relax by its picturesque lakes and streams, taking in the freshness and captivating beauty of this place.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Meanwood Valley Trail

Meanwood Valley Trail

The Meanwood Valley Trail is a well marked footpath, which runs along for an 11 km distance from the statue of Henry Rowland Marsden through Headingley, Golden Acre Park, ending at the Leeds Country Way. The path contains important wildlife including woodland, lowland heath, meadow, watercourses and ponds. This trail is home to an annual running race held in the months of March or April, which witnesses more than 300 participants. Take a hike along the trail here, while enjoying the charming countryside.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Royal Armouries Museum

Royal Armouries Museum

A national museum, the Royal Armouries Museum was opened in 1996 and has on display the National Collection of Arms and Armour. It is situated at the Leeds Dock and was previously on display at the Tower of London. Explore the marvellous collection of 75,000 exhibits of arms, armour and artillery dating back to the Tudor and Stuart Kings, the English Civil War, the Littlecote House and the British military. The museum also houses a large collection of 70,000 images and paintings of acrylic and oil, which are also available for purchase.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Leeds Comedy Cellar

Leeds Comedy Cellar

Experience the very best of free comedy in town when you visit the Leeds Comedy Cellar located on Merrion Street. You can even have a go at it yourself if you feel you have it in you to tickle someone’s funny bone. Laugh till your sides burst and jaws hurt; while you’re at it, sip on some beers and lip-smacking cocktails at the Verve Bar, which is the place to be to get a pulse of the social scene.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Brudenell Social Club

Brudenell Social Club

Started in 1913, the Brudenell Social Club derives its name from James Thomas Brudenell who was the owner of the iconic Kirkstall Abbey. The club however, is not just about music as it also houses a lounge, a games room with facilities such as darts, pool, snooker, table football, a pinball machine and a huge concert room. It is most renowned for hosting concerts and gigs on most nights of the week with a focus on providing a platform for networking.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Leeds Cathedral

Leeds Cathedral

The Leeds Cathedral formerly known as the Cathedral Church of St Anne and called the St Anne’s Cathedral in common parlance, is the seat of the Bishop of Leeds and the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Leeds Diocese. Built in the 1900s in the Neo-Gothic style of architecture, it is an epitome of the finest Catholic Cathedrals in England. Located in the heart of the city, it is alternatively available for hosting functions such as conferences, dinners, receptions, and other events.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Leeds Minster

Leeds Minster

Also known as the Minster and Parish Church of Saint Peter-at-Leeds and formerly called the Leeds Parish Church, Leeds Minster dates back to the mid-19th century. It is dedicated to St Peter and prior to him becoming a Minster, it was the Parish Church of Leeds. The interiors are extraordinarily stunning with Flemish stained glass, numerous artefacts and memorials as well as modern glass engravings at the northern porch entrance. Marvel at the English Gothic style of architecture of the Leeds Minster and listen to the melodious voices of the choir.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Temple Newsam

Temple Newsam

The Temple Newsam, also known as the Temple Newsham, is a house constructed in the Tudor-Jacobean style with landscaped gardens in front of it. It was passed through many levels of royalty during 1377–1841 till finally it was bought over by the Leeds Corporation. Today, the house and estate have been opened up to the public and offer various activities onsite such as football, running, golf, horse riding, and cycling. Head to this former home of Lord Darnley, the husband of the notorious Mary Queen of Scots, and explore its manicured parklands that are filled with priceless works of art.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Thackray Medical Museum

Thackray Medical Museum

Initially opened in 1861, the Thackray Medical Museum is housed in the building where the Leeds Union Workhouse operated earlier. After it received an official clearance from the Parliament, it opened up as a museum in 1997 and opened its doors to scholars, visitors and researchers from all across the world. Trace the journey of how the world of medicine has progressed over the years, courtesy the nine interactive galleries in the museum. If you’re up for it, you can even participate in a Ghost Night tour and experience the paranormal activity here.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City West Yorkshire Playhouse

West Yorkshire Playhouse

The West Yorkshire Playhouse was founded in 1990 and comprises two auditoriums that plays host to numerous productions and is also involved in local community work. It can seat a maximum of 1,100 spectators spaced out between its two auditoriums called The Quarry Theatre and The Courtyard Theatre. It also features an award-winning Wi-Fi enabled bar, a restaurant, the Newlyn Gallery, three rehearsal areas, a recording studio, dressing rooms, and administrative offices. Catch a show or performance here of your liking.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Golden Acre Park

Golden Acre Park

Occupying an area of 179 acres, the Golden Acre Park is a vast woodland consisting of gardens surrounding a picturesque lake. It started as an amusement park in 1932, which consisted of a miniature railway, a swimming pool and a lake for boating. Located in the centre of the park is the Demonstration Garden, which displays various horticultural styles and trends providing ideas for home gardens. Sip on a steaming cup of coffee while you relax on the grass and watch the wildfowl swim on the lake. Go for a leisurely walk or stroll along the quiet and beautiful country roads, admiring the surrounding parklands.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Grand Theatre Leeds

Grand Theatre Leeds

Feel overwhelmed when you see the rich grandeur and trappings at the Grand Theatre Leeds, which was built in 1878 to offer classy entertainment and scale up the music culture for locals. Admire the exterior, which is a combination of Scottish and Romanesque styles of architecture with clustered columns. The Grand Theatre celebrated its 125th anniversary in 2003 and the first performance here took place on 18th November, 1878. The theatre can seat about 1,500 spectators; we suggest catching a concert or performance and experiencing the opulence of this place.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Moortown Golf Club

Moortown Golf Club

An 18-hole professional golf club that was founded in 1909, this one has played host to the first ever Ryder Cup in 1929. It has had the opportunity to host subsequent professional and amateur golf tournaments where names such as Nick Faldo and Bernard Gallagher have won. It has always been lauded as one of the finest Championship Golf courses in the country, as it is set amidst 175 acres of contrasting yet simultaneously stunning woodland.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City Pontefract Racecourse

Pontefract Racecourse

A thoroughbred horse racing venue, Pontefract Racecourse was officially established in 1801, with evidence that racing took place here since 1648. It was used for some important races during World War II and was the first racecourse in England to conduct dope tests on the participating jockeys. It was originally a racecourse comprising one and a half miles; however, this was increased to a full circuit of two miles in 1983. See the horses push forward to the running line and listen to the crowds cheering as the jockeys’ egg them on at the racecourse.

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TraveLibro United Kingdom Leeds Featured City O2 Academy Leeds

O2 Academy Leeds

Known originally as the Coliseum and opened in 1185 as a theatre and concert hall, O2 Academy Leeds earlier played host to everything from political meetings, variety shows and even a circus. Subsequently, after closing for extensive revamping during 2001–2004, it reopened in 2008 as a music venue and saw a sell-out crowd on its first night. It can accommodate 2,300 visitors including a balcony that can hold up to 500 visitors and a basement room, which can seat a maximum of 400 visitors. Try catching a gig here to feel the pulsating vibe of the place.

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Headingley Stadium

The Headingley Stadium is home to the Yorkshire County Cricket Club, the Leeds Rhino Rugby League Team and the Yorkshire Carnegie Rugby Union team. It has been hosting cricket test matches since 1899 and can seat a maximum of 17,500 spectators. It has a spanking new media centre that opened in 2010. The rugby ground can accommodate up to 21,000 spectators and comprises three stands of which one is completely seated, one is standing and the last one is a combination of the both. Buy tickets to watch a match cheering away your favourite team.

Image Courtesy: www.theguardian.com
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