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Our guide to some of the cities top places to visit if you have arrived on one of our trains to Leeds and are in search of some culture.
The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery
A hidden gem at the heart of the University of Leeds campus, the Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery offers both innovative temporary exhibitions and displays treasures from the University Art Collection. Entrance is free. Visit the Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery website.
Leeds Art Gallery
Houses some of the most outstanding works of British art outside London. From Victorian heavy-weights to stunning sculpture.
Armley Mills Industrial Museum
See how Leeds became an industrial powerhouse with the engineering exhibits, then see the world's first moving pictures filmed on Leeds bridge.
Is packed with stuff to entertain; whether it be a rainy day in Leeds or not, you still won't want to go outside.
Royal Armouries Museum
Medieval helmets, Ming Dynasty swords, elephant armour, birds of prey, this Leeds museum will unearth a fascination with warfare that you never knew you had!
Henry Moore Institute
Next door neighbour to the Leeds art gallery, it's conveniently placed to come and ponder the abstract creations of sculptors past and present.
Gruesomely educational insight into Victorian and modern day medicine. For the weak stomached out there, don't go straight after lunch!