Leeds boasts grandeur, echoing with the dramatic beauty of nature.
Aug 12, 2019
As name suggests, the Leeds Grand Theater and Opera House in west Yorkshire is an august building accommodating 1,500 seats.
A pleasing view of ruined Cistercian monastery set in a public park on the bank of the River Aire, Kirkstall Abbey has been painted, time and again, by renowned artists.
Roundhay Park – one of the biggest city parks in Europe. Spread across 700 acre, the park houses attractive gardens, butterfly area, aquariums, animal habitat, sports arena and a series of temperature-controlled glasshouses.
The oldest museum of United Kingdom, The Royal Armouries has one of the largest collections of arms and armor in the world, including UK's National Collection of Arms and Armour, National Artillery Collection, and National Firearms Collection.
Interested in the science behind sculpture? Henry Moore Institute in Leeds is an international research center, constantly working with sculptors around the globe.
On the edge of River Aire and nearby Leeds and Liverpool Canal is Rodley Nature Reserve, a wetland used for bird migration and home to different species of birds.
Football? Golf? Cycling tracks? Horse-riding? The beautiful Temple Newsam House, Tudor-Jacobean architectural style estate, has got it all covered.
Harewood House, a charming country house owned by Lascelles family is a sought-after location for films, television shows and music concerts.
A medical museum in Leeds, Thackray Medical Museum has over 50,000 collections of tools and objects, bagging many awards- "Museum of the Year", "Sandford Award for Heritage Education" and "Excellence in England Small Tourist Attraction of the Year".
A Victorian building, The Leeds Corn Exchange, a lively boutique shopping center, is sure to catch your eye!
Hosting cricket since 1899, Headingley Cricket Ground is a majestic stadium with a capacity of 18,350.