Opened in 2013, Trinity Leeds has provided shoppers and visitors with retail outlets all in one place! Turning over 1.93 billion yearly, with a catchment of nearly 6 million, Trinity has cemented itself as a popular destination for all.
Immerse yourself in designer brands, international restaurants, movie screenings and so much more.
Victoria Gate is Leeds newest addition to the city centre. Opened in December 2016, the design, interior and exterior have had no expense spared.
Victoria Gate promises a unique luxurious shopping experience like no other, with brands such as Calvin Klein and COS, you are spoilt for choice!
Known for it's luxury stores, Victoria Quarter is a beautiful and historic shopping centre in the city of Leeds.
Victoria Quarter was originally designed by architect Frank Matcham. He used rich marbles, gilded mosaics, handsome cast and wrought iron, as well as carved and polished mahogany, to create two streets, two arcades and the Empire Theatre (now Harvey Nichols).
Located in Beeston outside of the city centre, the White Rose boasts a traditional shopping experience. With mainstream fashion stores to a whole floor dedicated to restaurants, it's definitely a centre you could spend the whole day in!
It takes its name from the White Rose of York, the traditional symbol of Yorkshire.
Theatre & Music
The Carriageworks is a thriving theatre at the heart of Leeds’ Millennium Square. It showcases the best new national and regional performance with a dynamic programme of theatre, dance, comedy and film.
At the same time it provides support to young and emerging theatre makers, offering them a key platform to develop their work.
First Direct Arena is the new major entertainment venue located in the vibrant city centre of Leeds, hosting live music, comedy, entertainment shows and sporting events.
The Arena’s unique "super theatre" style configuration is designed to enhance the arena experience, with all seats facing the stage and high quality acoustics providing the best sound experience in the UK. Spectators and performers alike, will enjoy a more intimate atmosphere with reduced viewing distances inside the venue which has a capacity of 13,000.
We hope you'll agree there's a great line up over the next few months with everything from Opera and ballet by their resident companies, Opera North and Northern Ballet, to spectacular West End Musicals, fantastic drama and some old favourites in concert.
For full show listings/event calendar and information about the venue: https://www.leedsgrandtheatre.com
The Playhouse has two theatres; the Quarry with 750 seats and the smaller, more flexible Courtyard with 350 seats.
It produces up to 16 of its own shows each year including an increasing number of co-productions in addition to a broad touring programme. These performances are supported by a large number of readings, workshops and community events.
Roundhay Park is one of the biggest city parks in the whole of Europe. Owned by the city council, it has a whopping 7000 acres of land. There are a number of walking routes to take advantage of, and a lakeside cafe giving you some beautiful views.
Kirkstall Abbey is a ruined monastery in Kirkstall, just North-West of the city centre and situated on the River Aire. After a £5.5 million renovation program, there is a new visitor centre with interactive exhibits which illustrates the history of the abbey.
Famous as the birthplace of Lord Darnley, notorious husband of Mary Queen of Scots, Temple Newsam house is truly an impressive tudor-jacobean mansion. It's been described as one of the best in Britain, and now plays home to one of the most important collections of decorative arts in Britain
This charming country estate once home to the Gascgoine Family offers you plenty of choice things to do and see. Stroll around the fabulous bird garden and find the owls, flamingo's and whole lot more! There are two play areas designated for kids so it's a perfect family day out.
FOR THE FAMILY
Tropical world opposite Roundhay park features one of the largest collections of tropical plants and animals. From rainforest critters to meerkats, there are so many different species to learn about. The greenhouses are a great destination for a fun-filled day out, they even host private birthday parties!
Built between 1759 & 1771, Harewood house offer a fantastic history tour along with a collection of Italian renaissance paintings. Harewood is special and unique because of it's ability to offer such a wide range of educational activities. They also have a farm experience, a bird garden and over 100 acres of gardens.
Jump Inc Trampoline Park Leeds features over 50,000 sq ft of trampolining activities in the heart of one the UK’s busiest sporting cities. This huge urban arena boasts over 200 trampolines, 3-Sided Walk the Wall, Slam Dunk lanes, Jump Tower, Tumble Tracks, Big Air Bags, Jump Ramps, Slack Line, Battle Beams and a huge Dodgeball Arena.