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Discover EP Leeds

Leeds is the unofficial capital of Yorkshire, a vibrant city famous for luxury shopping and Victorian shopping arcades. It is also a gateway to smaller historical cities like Harrogate and York and the beautiful Yorkshire Dales. Leeds has an energetic nightlife and hosts numerous festivals and carnivals, such as the West Indian Carnival and the Leeds International Beer festival.

Did you know? Leeds was famous for producing and storing armour and weapons. The armour and weapons from the Tower of London were stored in the city. The Royal Armouries Museum opened in 1996, displaying armour exhibits and collections.
Leeds Most famous attractions:

  • Royal Armouries (Free)
  • Leeds Industrial Museum (Free)
  • Victoria Quarter
  • Leeds Art Gallery (Free)
  • Henry Moore Institute (Free)
  • Roundhay Park
  • Kirkstall Abbey (Free)
  • Yorkshire Dales
  • York
  • Haworth
  • Trinity Leeds
  • Canal Cruise
  • Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park is Leeds’ premier park spanning 700 acres of rolling parkland, lakes, woodland, specialist gardens and a mansion house. The Park contains sports facilities like tennis and cricket and hosts several festivals such as the Leeds Food festival.

English Path has put together an amazing social programme so that you can enjoy Leeds and have fun in this unique and interesting city.