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Leeds is a city in the metropolitan borough of Leeds, in the county of West Yorkshire, England. The city lies within the United Kingdom's fourth-most populous urban area, with a population of 2.6 million. Leeds was a small manorial borough in the 13th century, and in the 17th and 18th centuries it became a major centre for the production and trading of wool, and in the Industrial Revolution a major mill town; wool was still the dominant industry, but flax, engineering, iron foundries, printing, and other industries were also important. From being a market town in the valley of the River Aire in the 16th century, Leeds expanded and absorbed the surrounding villages to become a populous urban centre by the mid-20th century.

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Harewood House & Gardens

LS17 9LG, Harewood
Harewood House is a country house in Harewood near Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. Designed by architects John Carr and Robert Adam, it was built between 1759 and 1771 for wealthy plantation owner Edwin Lascelles, 1st Baron Harewood. The landscape was designed by Lancelot "Capability" Brown and spans 1,000 acres at Harewood. Still home to the Lascelles family, Harewood House is a member of the Treasure Houses of England, a marketing consortium for ten of the foremost historic homes in the country. The house is a Grade I listed building and a number of features in the grounds and courtyard have been listed as Grade I, II and II*.
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Royal Armouries

Armouries Drive, LS10 1LG, Leeds
The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is a national museum which displays the National Collection of Arms and Armour. It is part of the Royal Armouries family of museums, the other sites being the Tower of London, its traditional home, Fort Nelson, Hampshire, for the display of its National Collection of Artillery, and permanent galleries within the Frazier History Museum in Louisville, Kentucky, USA. The Royal Armouries is a non-departmental public body sponsored by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport. The Royal Armouries Museum is a £42.5 million purpose-built museum located in Leeds Dock that opened in 1996. Its collection was previously on display or in storage at the Tower of London where the Royal Armouries still maintains a presence and displays in the White Tower.
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Leeds City Museum

Millennium Square, LS2 8BH, Leeds
Probably the best museum in Leeds offering a lot of entertainment to visitors of all ages. Don't miss the famous stuffed tiger!
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Leeds Art Gallery

The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AA, UK
Leeds Art Gallery in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is a museum whose collection of 20th-century British Art is recognised by the British government as a collection "of national importance". Its collection also includes 19th-century and earlier art works. The gallery opened on 3 October 1888 as Leeds City Art Gallery and was paid for by public subscription, collected in honour of Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee in 1887. The artist Hubert von Herkomer formally opened the building, and presented an example of his work to the collection. In 1912, the Leeds Art Collections Fund was formed to support the gallery’s acquisitions, which it continues to do today. The gallery is owned and administered by Leeds City Council. On 13 October 2017, Leeds Art Gallery reopened to the public after 18 months of renovations to the Victorian building. The renovation uncovered the impressive glass roof in the Central Court Gallery.
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Abbey House Museum

Abbey Walk, Kirkstall, Leeds LS5 3EH, UK
Abbey House Museum in Kirkstall, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England is housed in the gatehouse of the ruined Kirkstall Abbey, and is a Grade II* listed building. The house is 3 miles north west of Leeds city centre on the A65 road.The museum opened in July 1927. The ground floor of the museum is set out as an area of Victorian streets, illustrating a range of shops and services and including original shop fittings etc. Upstairs galleries feature the history of Kirkstall Abbey, Childhood, and Leeds Social History, as well as temporary exhibitions.The Paranormal TV show Most Haunted visited the Abbey House Museum on the first episode of Series 19. The crew experienced apparent paranormal incidents which include knocking and the piano playing by itself.
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Middleton Railway

Moor Road, LS10 2JQ, Leeds
The Middleton Railway is the world's oldest continuously working public railway, situated in the English city of Leeds. It was founded in 1758 and is now a heritage railway, run by volunteers from The Middleton Railway Trust Ltd. since 1960. The railway operates passenger services at weekends and on public holidays over approximately 1 mile of track between its headquarters at Moor Road, in Hunslet, and Park Halt, on the outskirts of Middleton Park.
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Henry Moore Institute

Named after the famous English sculptor, this institute's aim is to bring visual arts to the public. See some intriguing exhibits here!
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Leeds Industrial Museum

Armley Mills
The Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills is a museum of industrial heritage located in Armley, near Leeds, in West Yorkshire, Northern England. The museum includes collections of textile machinery, railway equipment and heavy engineering amongst others. The Grade II* listed building housing the museum was once the world's largest woollen mill. The current structures were built in 1805 by Benjamin Gott and closed as a commercial mill in 1969. They were taken over by Leeds City Council and reopened as a museum of industrial heritage in 1982. It is located between the Leeds and Liverpool Canal and the River Aire and accessed from Canal Road or Milford Place.
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Thackray Medical Museum

Beckett Street, LS9 7LP, Leeds
The Thackray Medical Museum in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is a museum of the history of medicine adjacent to St James's University Hospital. In 1998 it won "Museum of the Year" and has other awards including in 2004 both the "Excellence in England Small Tourist Attraction of the Year" and "Sandford Award for Heritage Education".
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Headingley Carnegie Stadium

Headingley is a suburb of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, approximately two miles out of the city centre, to the north west along the A660 road. Headingley is the location of the Beckett Park campus of Leeds Beckett University and Headingley Stadium.
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Wetherby Racecourse

York Road, Wetherby LS22 5EJ, UK
Wetherby Racecourse is a racecourse situated near the market town of Wetherby in West Yorkshire, England, located 12 miles from Leeds city centre. For most of its history the course has hosted only National Hunt racing but staged its first Flat racing fixture in April 2015.
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Elland Road

Elland Road, LS11 0ES, Leeds, GB
One of the largest UK stadiums and home to the famous football club Leeds United. Numerous concerts take place here, too.
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Armley Park

Armley Park,, is a large public park located next to Stanningley Road in Armley, on the outskirts of Leeds, in West Yorkshire, Northern England. The park stretches from Armley all the way down the hill to the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, near the canal the park turns to dense woodland. The park has many amenities, including: Football pitches.
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South Leeds Stadium

The John Charles Centre for Sport is a sports facility in South Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was previously named the South Leeds Stadium and was renamed to honour John Charles, the former Leeds United, Juventus F.C. and Wales footballer. It is located to the south of Leeds city centre roughly on the border of Beeston, Belle Isle and Hunslet. The sports centre opened in 1996. The stadium has been used by Leeds United for reserve matches, and since November 1995 by rugby league club Hunslet. It is the principal athletics stadium in the Leeds area and is the home of Leeds City Athletics Club. The sports complex also includes a tennis centre and indoor bowls and athletics centre. The stadium is one of the best available to clubs at Hunslet's level. The complex is comparable with the Gateshead International Stadium.
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Headingley Rugby Stadium

St Michael's Lane, Headingley, Leeds LS6 3BR, UK
Headingley Stadium in Headingley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is the home of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and Leeds Rhinos rugby league and Yorkshire Carnegie rugby union clubs. There are two separate grounds, Headingley Cricket Ground and Headingley Rugby Stadium, with a two-sided stand housing common facilities. Initially owned by the Leeds Cricket, Football and Athletic Company, the ground is now managed jointly by Yorkshire C.C.C. and Leeds Rugby.From 2006 until 2017, the stadium was officially known as the Headingley Carnegie Stadium as a result of sponsorship from Leeds Metropolitan University, whose sports faculty is known as the Carnegie School of Sport Exercise and Physical Education. Since 1 November 2017, the stadium is known as the Emerald Headingley Stadium due to the purchase of the naming rights by Emerald Group Publishing.
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Throstle Nest

Farsley Celtic Football Club is a football club based in Farsley, West Yorkshire, England. The club was founded in 1908, but folded in 2010 and were reformed as Farsley A.F.C. before returning to the name Farsley Celtic in 2015. They are currently members of the Northern Premier League Premier Division and play at Throstle Nest.
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Corn Exchange

Call Lane, Leeds LS1 7BR, UK
The Leeds Corn Exchange is a Victorian building in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, which was designed by Cuthbert Brodrick and completed in 1864.
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Trinity Leeds

Albion Street, Leeds LS1 5AT, UK
Trinity Leeds is a shopping and leisure centre in Leeds, England, named after the adjacent 18th-century Holy Trinity Church. The shopping centre is located in Leeds city centre. It opened on 21 March 2013, with over 130,000 recorded visitors on opening day. The development is in two parts: Trinity East, a new build development on the site of the former Trinity and Burton Arcades, and Trinity West, the redeveloped Leeds Shopping Plaza. The development has a catchment of 5.5 million people offering a spend of £1.93 billion annually. It has lifted Leeds from seventh to fourth in the CACI UK retail rankings and has created over 3000 jobs.The combined scheme has 93,000 m2 of retail floor space for 120 stores anchored by the flagship Marks & Spencer and Topshop/Topman stores. These units existed as standalone stores and have been expanded and remodelled into Trinity Leeds.
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Leeds Dock

Armouries Drive, Leeds LS10 1LE, UK
Leeds Dock is a mixed development with retail, office and leisure presence by the River Aire in central Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It has large residential population in waterside apartments.
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Munro House

Duke Street, Leeds LS9 8AG, UK
Munro House in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England is situated at the corner of Duke Street and York Street, LS9 8AG.
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Corner Cafe

104 Burley Road, LS3 1JP, Leeds
Don't get fooled by the name - this restaurant serves original Indian dishes. The staff is known for their friendliness towards customers.
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Going Out

Leeds City Varieties

Swan Street, LS1 6LW, Leeds
The Leeds City Varieties is a Grade II* listed music hall in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was built in 1865 as an adjunct to the White Swan Inn in Swan Street and the original interior is largely unaltered. Along with Hoxton Hall and Wilton's Music Hall, it is a rare surviving example of the Victorian era music halls of the 1850s/1860s. The interior is a long rectangle, with boxes separated by cast-iron columns along the sides at circle level. The theatre was founded by local pub landlord and benefactor Charles Thornton and was originally called 'Thornton's New Music Hall and Fashionable Lounge'. This followed from a 'Singing Room' above the inn. The name subsequently changed to the White Swan Varieties and then Stansfield's Varieties before becoming the City Palace of Varieties. Charlie Chaplin, Marie Lloyd and Houdini are among the artists who performed there.
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First Direct Arena

Merrion Way, LS2 8BY, Leeds
Do you like large lively concerts? If so, head for this venue and attend a show of one of the world-known performers!
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The Bridge

Bridge End, LS1 7HG, Leeds
The New Penny is a gay pub in The Calls area of Leeds, West Yorkshire. It is reported to be the oldest continually running gay pub in the UK.The pub started as the Hope and Anchor in 1953. Although difficulty with the law meant it was a secretive place, it was the first gay venue to open outside London.After a change of ownership the pub changed its name in 1982 and became The New Penny. The pub has hosted various well-known drag queens on its stage, including Lily Savage, Anna Glypta, Fats and Small, Sisters Slim, Amber Dextrous, Miss Orry, and Ricky Glass. It is one of the most popular venues in Leeds, attracting a diverse crowd of gay and straight patrons.
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The Warehouse

19-21 Somers Street, Leeds LS1 2RG, UK
One of Leeds' favourite clubs which has been operating since the late 1970s. Dance your night away here!
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Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, is one of the biggest city parks in Europe. It has more than 700 acres of parkland, lakes, woodland and gardens which are owned by Leeds City Council. The park is one of the most popular attractions in Leeds, nearly a million people visit each year. It is situated on the north-east edge of the city, bordered by the suburb of Roundhay to the west and Oakwood to the south.
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Park Square

Park Square is a Georgian public square in central Leeds, West Yorkshire. The square is grassed over and is a traditional Georgian park. The square is in Leeds' financial quarter and is surrounded by Georgian buildings, which are occupied as offices, many by barristers and solicitors.
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Golden Acre Park

Golden Acre Park is a public park between Adel and Bramhope, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, administered by Leeds City Council. It is on the A660 Otley Road and covers an area of 137 acres.
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St. George's Fields

The Leeds General Cemetery is a former cemetery in Woodhouse, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It is now within the campus of the University of Leeds and has been landscaped and kept as an open space. Some original monuments and the cemetery chapel remain. The Leeds General Cemetery Company Limited was set up in 1833 to create a new cemetery as that of the parish church was full. The cemetery opened in 1835, and a total of 93,569 interments took place in it. In 1956 the University of Leeds acquired a majority shareholding in the company and in 1965 the University of Leeds Act was passed which allowed the university to remove monuments and create a public open space.
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Otley Chevin Forest Park

The Chevin is the name given to the ridge on the south side of Wharfedale in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, overlooking the market town of Otley, and often known as Otley Chevin.
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Meanwood Valley Urban Farm

Sugarwell Road, Meanwood, Leeds LS7 2QG, UK
Meanwood Valley Urban Farm, a city farm in Meanwood, Leeds, England, is a local charity established in 1980. The farm is on Meanwood Beck and occupies 24 acres. The main entrance is on Sugarwell Road. It demonstrates a variety of wildlife habitats, organic farming and sustainability to members of the public, and introduces schoolchildren to various aspects of farming and the environment. The Farm also provides educational services to disadvantaged young people and adults with learning difficulties. The animals farmed include Dexter cattle, sheep, alpacas, goats, several breeds of pig, chickens and ducks. There are also two donkeys. There is a market garden area and from time to time produce is available from the shop. In 1999, a timber frame building, called the Epicentre, was opened as a resource for the farm and the local community, with offices, education and meeting rooms.
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Hetchell Wood

Escape the city and enjoy the tranquility of this forest area. The reserve features a lot of pathways.
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Woodhouse Moor Park

Woodhouse Moor is an open space approximately one mile from Leeds city centre, West Yorkshire, England. Today it consists of 3 parts: a formal park, Woodhouse Moor, of around 26 hectares in area on the west of Woodhouse Lane, and two other open areas on the east of it. These are known as the Monument and Cinder Moors which are used for events such as circuses and sporting matches, and sometimes car parking. Woodhouse Moor is north-west of Leeds city centre and is bounded by Woodhouse, the University of Leeds, Burley, Hyde Park, and Headingley. As of 2005 the park had just under 3 million visits a year and is the second most popular urban park in Leeds. The park has five main paths which meet in the centre, each is tree-lined and they divide the park into different areas of usage.
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Leeds Kirkgate Market

Vicar Lane, Leeds City Centre LS2 7HY, UK
Leeds Kirkgate Market is a market in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England located on Vicar Lane. It is the largest covered market in Europe. There are currently 800 stalls which attract over 100,000 visitors a week
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Grand Arcade

Merrion Street, Leeds LS1 6PG, UK
The Grand Arcade is a shopping arcade in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was built by New Briggate Arcade Company Ltd in 1897, with Smith & Tweedal as architects. The arcade originally consisted of two parallel rows of shops, although one of these has now been converted into a nightclub venue.
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Victoria Quarter

4 Cross Arcade, Victoria Quarter, Leeds LS1 6AZ, UK
Victoria Leeds is a shopping and leisure area in Leeds city centre. It combines the 1990 Victoria Quarter west of Vicar Lane and the 2016 Victoria Gate shopping centre east of Vicar Lane. It includes a casino and major stores such as Harvey Nichols and John Lewis.
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Victoria Gate

Victoria Leeds, brings together Victoria Quarter & Victoria Gate with John Lewis, Harvey Nichols and Victoria Gate Casino alongside a wide range of retailers. Victoria Leeds also hosts a range of restaurants, two of them being on Victoria Gate's Rooftop. Victoria Leeds is located in Leeds City Centre. Victoria Gate is a £165 million retail development in Leeds, England, which opened on 20 October 2016. It is a project development by Hammerson. The Victoria Quarter is an upmarket shopping area in Leeds, England. It consists of three blocks situated between Briggate and Vicar Lane, comprising County Arcade, Cross Arcade, Queen Victoria Street and King Edward Street.
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Waterstones Leeds

93-97 Albion Street, LS1 5JS, Leeds
Waterstones, formerly Waterstone's, is a British book retailer that operates about 250 shops, mainly in the UK and also other nearby countries. As of February 2014, it employs around 3,500 staff in the UK and Europe. An average sized Waterstones shop sells a range of approximately 30,000 individual books, as well as stationery and other related products. Established in 1982 by Tim Waterstone, after whom the company was named, the bookseller expanded rapidly until being sold in 1993 to WHSmith. In 1998, Waterstones was bought by a consortium of Waterstone, EMI & Advent International. The company was taken under the umbrella of HMV Group, which later merged the Dillons and Ottakar's brands into the company.
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White Rose Shopping Centre

Dewsbury Road, Leeds LS11 8LU, UK
The White Rose Centre is a shopping centre in the Beeston area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It spans two floors and is near the M621 motorway. It takes its name from the White Rose of York, the traditional symbol of Yorkshire. The Upper Level houses the centre's food court as well as retail outlets. The centre has 4,800 free car parking spaces, security and on-site Police officers. Although the centre is smaller than other out-of-town shopping centres, it has attracted large retailers such as Next and Marks and Spencer.
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Thomas Cook

99-103 Albion Street, LS1 5AP, Leeds
Thomas Cook Group plc is a British global travel company listed on the London Stock Exchange and is a constituent of the FTSE 250 Index. It was formed on 19 June 2007 by the merger of Thomas Cook AG, itself the successor to Thomas Cook & Son, and MyTravel Group plc. The group owns a number of tour operators, as well as airlines based in the United Kingdom, Germany, Belgium and Scandinavia. Thomas Cook also owns the booking website Hotels4u.
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White Rose Shopping Centre

The White Rose Centre is a shopping centre in the Beeston area of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It spans two floors and is near the M621 motorway. It takes its name from the White Rose of York, the traditional symbol of Yorkshire. The Upper Level houses the centre's food court as well as retail outlets. The centre has 4,800 free car parking spaces, security and on-site Police officers. Although the centre is smaller than other out-of-town shopping centres, it has attracted large retailers such as Next and Marks and Spencer.
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City Square

Leeds City Square is a paved area north of Leeds railway station at the junction of Park Row to the East and Wellington Street to the South. It is a triangular area where six roads meet: Infirmary Street and Park Row to the North, Boar Lane and Bishopsgate Street to the Southeast, and Quebec Street and Wellingon street to the Southwest. The only building with a direct frontage is the former General Post Office, on the Northwest side.
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Kirkstall Abbey (Ruins)

Abbey Road, Kirkstall LS5 3EH, UK
Kirkstall Abbey is a ruined Cistercian monastery in Kirkstall, north-west of Leeds city centre in West Yorkshire, England. It is set in a public park on the north bank of the River Aire. It was founded c.1152. It was disestablished during the Dissolution of the Monasteries under Henry VIII. The picturesque ruins have been drawn and painted by artists such as J.M.W. Turner, Thomas Girtin and John Sell Cotman. Kirkstall Abbey was acquired by Leeds Corporation as a gift from Colonel North and opened to the public in the late 19th century. The gatehouse became a museum.
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St Anne's Cathedral

Great George Street, LS2 8BE, Leeds
Leeds Cathedral, formally the Cathedral Church of St Anne, commonly known as Saint Anne's Cathedral, is the Roman Catholic Cathedral of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Leeds, and is the seat of the Roman Catholic Bishop of Leeds. It is in the city of Leeds, West Yorkshire, United Kingdom. The city of Leeds does not have a Church of England cathedral, because though it is in the Anglican Diocese of Leeds, that diocese's cathedrals are in Ripon, Wakefield and Bradford. The original cathedral was located in St Anne's Church in 1878, but that building was demolished around 1900. The current cathedral building on Cookridge Street was completed in 1904, and was restored in 2006. The reredos of the old cathedral's high altar was designed by Pugin in 1842 and moved to the lady chapel of the new cathedral. The cathedral is a Grade II* listed building.
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Millennium Square

Millennium Square is a large city square in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. It was Leeds' flagship project to mark the year 2000, and was jointly funded by Leeds City Council and the Millennium Commission. Total cost of production was £12m. It is bordered by many of the city's most famous landmarks, including the Town Hall, Leeds Civic Hall, Leeds General Infirmary, Leeds City Museum, Leeds Academy and Leeds College of Art. Millennium Square has become a focal point for events in the city centre of Leeds. The site has hosted performances such as outdoor theatre, concerts by bands including Embrace, Kaiser Chiefs, Meat Loaf, Snow Patrol, The Specials, Fall Out Boy and The Academy Is... operatic and orchestral performances, as well as civic ceremonies, fairs, markets and street entertainment.
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Leeds Town Hall

The Headrow, Leeds LS1 3AD, UK
Leeds Town Hall was built between 1853 and 1858 on The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, England, to a design by architect Cuthbert Brodrick. It was planned to include law courts, a council chamber, a public hall, a suite of ceremonial entertaining rooms and municipal offices. With the building of the Civic Hall in 1933 some of those functions moved away and it became essentially a public hall and law courts.Leeds Town Hall is one of the largest town halls in the United Kingdom and as of 2017 it is the thirteenth tallest building in Leeds.
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Leeds Bridge

Leeds Bridge is a historic river crossing in Leeds, England. The present cast iron road bridge over the River Aire dates from 1870. It is Grade II listed.The medieval town of Leeds centred on 13th century burgess building plots either side of a wide road from the river crossing called Bridge Gate, now Briggate. A wool cloth market operated at Leeds Bridge, becoming the centre of wool trade for the West Riding of Yorkshire in the late 17th century.A medieval bridge was built at the site of a ferry across the River Aire.
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St George's Church

St George's Church, Leeds is a Church of England parish church based in the centre of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The church building is near to Leeds General Infirmary. Although based in the city centre, the congregation is drawn from all parts of the city, including a large student congregation. The current staff team includes the rector Lizzy Woolf, associate rectors Joanna Seabourne and Luke Briggs, and John Walker. Jon Swales leads the Lighthouse community.
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Minster Church of St-Peter-at-Leeds

Kirkgate, Leeds LS2 7DJ, UK
Leeds Minster, or the Minster and Parish Church of Saint Peter-at-Leeds,, in Leeds, West Yorkshire is a large Church of England foundation of major architectural and liturgical significance. A church is recorded on the site as early as the 7th century, although the present structure is a Gothic Revival one, dating from the mid-19th century. It is dedicated to Saint Peter and was the Parish Church of Leeds before becoming a Minster in 2012. It has been designated a grade I listed building by English Heritage.
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Church of St John the Baptist

The Old Stables, Back Church Lane, Adel, Leeds LS16 8DW, UK
Surrounded by a peaceful cemetery, this 12th century Norman church has retained its medieval charm. There is also a sundial here.
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Leeds Bradford International

LS19 7TU, Leeds, GB
Leeds Bradford Airport is located at Yeadon, in the City of Leeds Metropolitan District in West Yorkshire, England, 6 nautical miles northwest of Leeds city centre itself, and 8 nautical miles from Bradford city centre. It was opened in October 1931 as Yeadon Aerodrome, and is still often referred to as Yeadon Airport by locals. It serves the cities of Leeds and Bradford, as well as the wider Yorkshire region including the cities of York and Wakefield, and the District of Harrogate, and is the largest airport within Yorkshire.
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Leeds Railway Station

Leeds railway station is the mainline railway station serving the city centre of Leeds in West Yorkshire, England. It is the third-busiest railway station in the UK outside London. It is located on New Station Street to the south of City Square, at the bottom of Park Row, behind the landmark Queens Hotel. It is one of 19 stations managed by Network Rail.Leeds is an important hub on the British rail network.
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Harrogate Line (Bramhope Tunnel)

Bramhope Tunnel is on the Harrogate Line between Horsforth station and the Arthington Viaduct in West Yorkshire, England. Services through the railway tunnel are operated mainly by Northern. The tunnel was constructed during 1845–1849 by the Leeds and Thirsk Railway. It is notable for its 2.138-mile length and its Grade II listed, crenellated north portal. The deaths of 24 men who were killed during its construction are commemorated in Otley churchyard by a monument that is a replica of the tunnel's north portal. Thomas Grainger was the engineer for the line and James Bray the contractor. Two sighting towers were erected and 20 shafts sunk along the tunnel's line. Men excavated rock from the shaft faces until the shafts were connected and the tunnel was completed in 1848. Thousands of navvies lived locally in temporary bothies with their families, and worked in dangerous and wet conditions to facilitate the grand opening in 1849.
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Harrogate Line (Bramhope Tunnel)

Bramhope Tunnel is on the Harrogate Line between Horsforth station and the Arthington Viaduct in West Yorkshire, England. Services through the railway tunnel are operated mainly by Northern. The tunnel was constructed during 1845–1849 by the Leeds and Thirsk Railway. It is notable for its 2.138-mile length and its Grade II listed, crenellated north portal. The deaths of 24 men who were killed during its construction are commemorated in Otley churchyard by a monument that is a replica of the tunnel's north portal. Thomas Grainger was the engineer for the line and James Bray the contractor. Two sighting towers were erected and 20 shafts sunk along the tunnel's line. Men excavated rock from the shaft faces until the shafts were connected and the tunnel was completed in 1848. Thousands of navvies lived locally in temporary bothies with their families, and worked in dangerous and wet conditions to facilitate the grand opening in 1849.
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Seacroft Hospital

Seacroft Hospital is based in York Road in the area of Seacroft, Leeds, LS14 West Yorkshire, England and is operated by the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. The hospital was founded in 1904, originally to care for people with infectious diseases. It celebrated its centenary on 29 September 2004. By the entrance is a local landmark, a clock tower which is also a water tower,holding 28000 gallons of water. The hospital is now a major centre for ambulatory care services. In June 2006 the Seacroft Specialist Rehabilitation Centre opened there. The hospital also has renal dialysis facilities. Many of the buildings are in a poor state of repair and the health authority are considering selling off the older parts of the hospital for redevelopment.
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97 Vicar Lane, LS1 6PJ, Leeds
Travelodge Hotels Limited is a private company operating in the hotels and hospitality industry throughout the United Kingdom. Branded simply as Travelodge, it is the second largest in the budget hotel sector and third biggest hotel chain in the UK by number of bedrooms.Travelodge Hotels Ltd is under separate ownership from the Travelodge chain of the United States.
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Premier Inn Leeds City Centre

Wellington Street, LS3 1LW

Wakefield Limes Hotel

188 Leeds Road, WF3 3LS, Wakefield

Chevin Lodge

York Gate, Otley, GB

Premier Inn

Selby Road, LS15 7AY, Leeds

New Ellington Hotel

23-25 York Place, LS1 2EY, Leeds

42 The Calls

42 The Calls, LS2 7EW, Leeds

Travelodge Leeds Bradford Airport

Whitehouse Lane, LS19 7UE, Yeadon

Oak Villa Hotel

55-57 Cardigan Road, LS6 1DW