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There’s a huge amount to explore in Leeds, the city with the highest number of listed buildings in the UK outside London, so what better way to see the sights than finding 25 owls perched on Leeds monuments and architectural landmarks?
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This large open space stages regular concerts in summer and is also host to seasonal events such as fairs, markets and street entertainment. Millennium Square is bordered by the Leeds Town Hall and Leeds City Museum, so it also makes a good central point for venturing to other top attractions.
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The Grade I-listed Corn Exchange has a wide range of boutiques and retro shops - go there for vintage markets and record fairs and be sure to stop for a bite to eat in this stunning building.
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This independent venue hosts live music, film and art exhibitions but it also has one of Leeds’ best sun decks: a spectacular roof terrace that’s a great place to sup, snack or while away the evening at the end of the day.
Trains to Leeds bring many tourists wanting to visit Otley Road near Headingley, which has become synonymous with a pub crawl to the many pubs along its length. The Original Oak and Dry Dock - a pub on a boat - are particularly worth checking out.
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Acres of greenery to fill those lungs with fresh air and a tropical world right here near Leeds, where you can marvel at exotic creatures and creepy crawlies.
The city's industrious past in all it's glory preserved beautifully in an idyllic spot. It's man made power and a natural haven side by side. A perfect day out for your trip to Leeds.
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!Buy tickets