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      In and Around Leeds

      Visitors to Leeds will not be disappointed with the amount of tourist attractions, shops, restaurants and bars scattered throughout this bustling northern city.

      Leeds is one of England's great cities and consists of an abundance of independent retailers and thriving markets. There's a wide choice of restaurants and iconic bars to suit every taste. This compact city is very easy to explore and boasts stunning architecture, such as the Leeds Town Hall and the Victoria Quarter. 

      In the neighbouring town of Bradford, you can experience one of the country's biggest Asian department stores the Bombay Store, bursting with colourful fabrics, jewellery and hand-embroided shoes. Shipley and Bingley Markets are also great for picking up fresh produce and fashion bargains.

      Crammed with plenty of attractions to enjoy like world class museums and galleries, whilst not having to travel far in order to see the beautiful Yorkshire Dales and quaint Yorkshire villages, Leeds offers the best of both worlds and makes for an exciting vacation!

      Royal Armouries Museum

      Clarence Dock, Leeds
      Home to Britain's national collection of arms and armour, the museum houses over 8,500 objects from throughout the middle ages. They are spread across five galleries making the museum one of the most important of its type in the world. You can not only see artefacts and collections connected to the categories of war, tournament, oriental, self-defence, and hunting, but also have the chance to embrace them. Be sure not to miss out on this amazing exhibition!

      Harewood House & Gardens

      Harewood, Leeds
      With over 100 acres of award-winning, creatively structured gardens and plants from all over the world, Harewood is packed full of things to do and makes for a great day out. There is something for everyone with activities ranging from penguin feeding to beekeeping demonstrations, and a giant adventure playground for families with children. The grounds and gardens are open until 2nd November and are awaiting your visit!

      Roundhay Park

      As one of Leeds's top attractions, Roundhay Park unveils two glistening lakes which undulate with waves, produced by the beautifully exploding fountains spotted around the park. Its infamous gardens are all scattered with bright flowers and nurtured shrubbery, great for picnics on summer’s days or a wrapped-up winter walk. There is also a playground for the children and a lovely café for a bite to eat whilst visiting.

      Kirkstall Abbey

      A hidden little gem well worth the visit! Kirkstall Abbey is the perfect hideaway to sample history and soak in the archaic atmosphere. Great for a lovely walk and a wander around the magnificent old Abbey ruins located there, the whole family can partake in this enjoyable outing. On the last weekend of every month, there is also a Deli and Craft Market where you can browse and enjoy a spot of boutique shopping.