There is so much to see and do in Leeds.
The city has the 2nd largest business centre in the UK after London and with exciting new places opening every week, there is always something different to experience!
Take a look at our favourite attractions:
Royal Armouries Museum
Tiled Hall Cafe in Leeds Central Library
Golden Acre Park
Gardens at Harewood House
Leeds Art Gallery, The Henry Moore Institute and many independent art spaces
The birthplace of Kaiser Chiefs, Alt-J, Corinne Bailey Rae, Hadouken!, The Sisters of Mercy and the Utah Saints
The theatre has been redeveloped, making it even better for the people of Leeds
The Henry Moore Institute
Walking around the city centre is easy. You will discover designer arcades, vintage boutiques, independent retailers and all major high street chains.
The Merrion Centre
The Corn Exchange
Harvey Nichols, John Lewis, Versace, Gucci, Hugo Boss, Victoria Beckham, Kurt Geiger, Vivienne Westwood, Moschino, Kenzo, Alexander McQueen, Armani, Cavalli, Louis Vuitton, and many more.
Trinity Shopping Centre
You may know the famous Reading and Leeds Festival, but Leeds is home to many other fascinating festivals throughout the year.
Leeds West Indian Carnival
Leeds International Film Festival
Leeds Light Night
Leeds Indie Food Festival
Leeds Waterfront Festival
Leeds West Indian Carnival is one of the largest of its kind in Europe!
Our students at Leeds Light Night