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Must Sees*

Leeds is rich in culture and heritage and offers unrivalled visitor attractions and experiences.

Henry Moore Sculpture


Henry Moore Institute

With beautiful exhibition galleries, an active research programme and collections including sculpture, archive and library, the Institute draws a wide audience from members of the public to academics and artists.

Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Within 500 acres of 18th century parkland, it is an international centre for modern and contemporary art, that sets out to challenge, inspire, inform and delight.

Leeds City Art Gallery

There is something for everyone here. You will find traditional prints, watercolours, paintings and sculptures as well as some of the most outstanding works of British Art outside of London

The Grand

Culture and Theatre

Leeds Grand Theatre and Opera House

Recently refurbished and recognised as a premier centre of entertainment and culture, it is home to Opera North and frequently scores hits with West End and Broadway musicals, attracting the biggest names in showbusiness. The City Varities theatre has also recently been refurbished and is one of the oldest in the country still in operation.

West Yorkshire Playhouse

Having established a reputation both nationally and internationally as one of Britain's most exciting producing theatres, it produces a wide range of work, from classic British and European drama to new writing, as well as presenting some of the best in touring theatre productions.

The Carriageworks

An exciting new community theatre in Leeds. Hosting a vibrant mix of plays, musicals, film, community events, youth theatre and workshops.

The Leeds Arena

Leeds Arena brings live entertainment to life in a way never experienced in the UK before and will host over 140 events a year, such as pop and rock concerts, boxing, wrestling, darts, dance ice shows, comedy shows, basketball and family entertainment. Opened in August 2013 in Leeds city centre, the 13,500 capacity Leeds Arena is the United Kingdom’s first purpose built ‘fan-shape’ arena and has an iconic external design that can change appearance through an ever changing kaleidoscope of coloured lights. 

City Varieties

Recently refurbished and a stalwart of the last 20 years, City Varieties has established an unrivalled reputation for presenting the very best in live music, variety and comedy as well as hugely popular annual pantomimes which have enteretained Leeds' families for generations. 


Harewood House

Historic Attractions

Armley Mills – Leeds Industrial Museum

Exhibits dating from the 18th and 19th centuries show the history of textiles, clothing and engine and locomotive manufacture in the area. The museum also illustrates the history of cinema projections, including the first moving pictures taken in Leeds.

Harewood House

Home to the Queen's cousin, the Earl of Harewood, and provides a wonderful day out for all the family. The House, with its outstanding art collections, splendid State Rooms and fascinating exhibitions, is set in spectacular grounds, which include formal gardens and gentle woodland walks.

Lotherton Hall

Retaining all the character of an Edwardian country home, rich in collections of paintings, furniture, sculpture, silver, china, costume and oriental art.

Temple Newsam House and Park

One of the great historic estates in England. Set within over 1500 acres of parkland, woodland and farmland, the mansion houses rich collections of works of art and the garden is renowned for its Rare Breeds Farm, with over 400 animals.

Royal Armouries


Royal Armouries

Displaying some of Britain's oldest armour and military equipment, the Royal Armouries also houses interactive exhibitions of international artefacts and includes live dramatisations, including regular outdoor jousting, horse combat and falconry demonstrations.

Thackray Medical Museum

Telling the story of medicine and explaining how advances in this field have changed our lives, this is a fantastic day out, transporting you into a living experience of health and medicine, past, present and future.

Leeds City Museum

Visit Leeds City Museum and come face-to-face with the Leeds Tiger, step into 'Ancient Worlds' and see the final resting place of the Leeds Mummy and even dig for fossils in the 'Life on Earth' gallery.

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