Leeds is a city in England with plenty of places to go when one visits. Here is a list of some of those places:
This place is a museum to the national collection of arms and armors with detailed information regarding them. There are interactive displays and even a crossbow range for fun. The museum has everything from combat to war. There is also an interesting section based on The Hobbit, and for me that’s the best part.
Hyde Park Picture House
This cinema is one of the oldest in the UK and shows all kinds of classics. It is an authentic old-fashioned picture house showing both mainstream and vintage movies. The contemporary classics are less than the others but even then people love it.
It is timeless and beautiful. The history of the Abby grounds is quite interesting, sad and yet amazing at the same time. I would also recommend walking the river bank because you will find more reasons to love the Abby. Wedding receptions are held at this location and the staff is very helpful.
The battlefield is so realistic that it is believable. They have hideouts, sand, and trees. It is epic, there’s no other word for it. The people who work there are thoughtful and helpful.
Golden Acre Park
It is a well-organized and tidy park with plenty of footpaths and a nice café. There is a large lake with interesting wildlife.
Abbey House Museum
It is reminiscent of the York Museum with its cobbled street and old shops. It is not vast and can only take just an hour to go round, providing that you have no children who keep nagging and running here and there. The staff could not be more helpful. The displays are fun to look at and the cafe food is good.
Temple Newsam Road
The contents of the house are magnificent especially the furniture, which is of extremely high quality and diversity. There are 3000 acres of Public Park for the whole family to enjoy. The gardens are well kept walled with plenty of seating to rest if need be. There is an extremely cheap price to enter a large Elizabethan country house consisting of several floors. You can imagine how life was during that period. There is a lovely café with outside seating area in the courtyard. There is also a nice gift shop and a farm shop selling ice cream. The dogs have to be kept on a leash probably to save anyone from inconvenience.