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40 Free Things to Do in Leeds

· Darcie Hewitt-Dudding · Culture

On a budget? Try these free days out!

Henry Moore Institute

Discover all the free things you can do in Leeds, from museums to nature reserves.

Saving your pennies? Tightening the purse-strings? There’s no need to stay in, bored and idle, because there are loads of free things to do in Leeds. You can see spectacular art from world-renowned artists, discover fascinating historical artefacts and a gut-busting comedy gig. All without reaching into your pocket. We’ve got 40 amazing free things to do – check them out!

Royal Armouries


The Royal Armouries

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Royal Armouries museum is home to the UK’s national collection of arms and armour. It brings together everything from helmets to hatchets from around the world and throughout the ages. There’s loads to see, with five floors to explore and over 5,000 items to learn about. Discover an elephant draped in armour, a bulletproof vest made from silk or one of three automatic machine gun prototypes. There’s even an occult vampire killing kit, complete with stakes and rosary beads.

Royal Armouries, Armouries Drive, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1LT.

Kirkstall Abbey

Kirkstall Abbey

Kirkstall Abbey is an 800 year old Cistercian monastery and you can wander around the ruins for free. It’s one of the best preserved examples in the country, after Henry VIII’s dissolution of the monasteries in 1539 left it uncared for. The buildings that remain are beautiful to behold. The abbey sits in a public park next to the River Aire, with grassy areas, woodland and gardens to enjoy. It’s one of the best days out in Leeds – a great place for a picnic in the summer or a bracing walk in the autumn.

Kirkstall Abbey, Abbey Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS5 3EH.

Leeds City Museum

Leeds City Museum

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Leeds City Museum promises a fun and free day out in Leeds. There are six different exhibitions to dig into, from the history of the natural world to the story of the city itself. Spot the famous Leeds Tiger, Nesyamun’s 3,000 year old mummy and the skeleton of a heavy-footed Moa, one of the largest birds to ever roam the earth. As well as the permanent galleries, there are two changing exhibitions a year, lots of exciting events and all manner of family-friendly workshops to take part in.

Leeds City Museum, Millennium Square, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8BH.

Assembly House

Assembly House

In an unassuming building near to the ‘Welcome to Armley’ mural they commissioned, you’ll find Assembly House. It’s a hub for local artists to create, collaborate and showcase, with a series of artist studios and a gallery space that’s just bursting with creativity. There’s a huge variety of art on show, from large scale paintings paired with handmade perfume to abstract sculpture that speak of loneliness. The exhibitions change regularly, so if you’re after free things to do in Leeds, it’s always work a look.

Assembly House, 44 Canal Road, Armley, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS12 2PL.

Leeds Art Gallery

Leeds Art Gallery

Home to one of the best collections of 20th century British art in the country, Leeds Art Gallery is a must visit for art lovers. The building alone is worth the visit. It’s Grade II-listed, with a grand Victorian staircase, a beautiful barrelled glass ceiling and an iconic tiled hall. As for the collections, you’ve got everyone from Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth to William Holman Hunt and James Tissot to admire. Upstairs, you can discover modern artwork and temporary exhibitions from a variety of important artists.

Leeds Art Gallery, The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3AA.

Leeds Minster

Leeds Minster

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Leeds Minster is a majestic Victorian church that has lots of history within its walls. You can admire the gorgeous 16th century Flemish stained glass windows as the midday sun streams through or gaze on Sally Scott’s Angel Screen, a modern take on the stained glass window with a design based on the story of Jacob’s Ladder. They also have one of the earliest items to be discovered in the city, the Leeds Cross. Dating from the 8th to 10th centuries, it’s an intricately carved stone cross made up from composite pieces.

Leeds Minster, 2-6 Kirkgate, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 7DJ.

Yeadon Tarn

Yeadon Tarn

Yeadon Tarn is a beautifully scenic 17-hectare park with a central lake. It’s perfect for families. The 1.15-kilometre path around the tarn is flat and well-surfaced, making it great for pushing prams. There are open grassy areas just begging to be picnicked upon, a playground to keep little ones entertained and a BMX park to wear out older kids. You can watch yachts on the lake as the sailing club practices, feed the hungry ducks and spot planes as they take off from the nearby airport. There’s even free parking.

Yeadon Tarn, 3-5 Cemetery Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS19 7UR.

The Craft Centre & Design Gallery

Scratch the Surface at The Craft Centre and Design Gallery

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Tucked under Leeds Art Gallery is The Craft Centre & Design Gallery. They showcase the work of new artists alongside established designer-makers from across the UK. Every item is carefully curated to fit the theme of their latest exhibition. It’s a veritable treasure trove of original ceramics, glass, wood and more. You could see anything from intricate earrings inspired by the shoreline to prints of Yorkshire scenery and brightly coloured, textured bowls. Maybe you’ll be inspired to start your own project!

The Craft Centre & Design Gallery, City Art Gallery, The Headrow, Leeds, LS1 3AB

Meanwood Valley Trail

Meanwood Valley Trail

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The Meanwood Valley Trail is a 7-mile long walk that takes you from Woodhouse Moor all the way up to Golden Acre Park. It’s split up into three sections, so you can tackle it in one big hike or break it down into more leisurely strolls and complete it bit-by-bit. You’ll explore gorgeous woodland, meadows and watercourses. There are lots of interesting things to see along the way too, from the ruins of an old flax mill to the Seven Arches Aqueduct, common lizards to Orange Tip butterflies.

Meanwood Valley Trail, Woodhouse Moor Car Park, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS6 1BJ or Golden Acre Park, Off Arthington Road, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 8BQ.

Leeds Discovery Centre

Leeds Discovery Centre

A trip to Leeds Discovery Centre means you can see behind-the-scenes. It’s a state-of-the-art object store for all of Leeds Museums and Galleries, holding a whopping 1.3 million items that span billions of years. Collections range from fine art to historical dress, natural science and archeology, so whatever piques your interest, you’ll find it here. You can see polar bear skulls, taxidermy bats, gold ingots and more. Even better, their highly knowledgable staff can enthuse ’til the cows come home!

Leeds Discovery Centre, Carlisle Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1LB.

RSPB St Aidan’s Nature Park

Bower Lake St Aidan's

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St Aidan’s is a huge nature reserve. Coming in at 400 hectares, you can take a leisurely stroll or tackle a challenging hike here, spotting wildlife as you go. It boasts a variety of different habitats, including rare reedbeds, woodland and wildflower meadows, which means you can see wild birds like nesting bitterns, hunting kestrels and elusive little owls (if you’ve a keen eye!). It’s a haven for rare birds and walkers alike, but while you’re here, be sure to check out Oddball, a Bucyrus Erie BE 1150 Walking Dragline Excavator!

RSPB St Aidan’s Nature Park, Astley Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS26 8AL.

Leeds Lunchtime Concerts

The Leeds Lunchtime chamber and organ recitals is the most extensive programme of free music in Britain. From piano soloists, string quartets and operatic singers to brass bands and concert organists, there’s something for everyone. They’ve played host to internationally renowned musicians, including D’Arcy Trinkwon, Asyla Quartet and Samuele Telari, to name a few. The concerts are just 50 minutes long and start at 1pm, making them the perfect lunchtime pick-me-up before you head back to the office.

Leeds Lunchtime Concerts are held regularly at Leeds Conservatoire and Leeds Town Hall.

Woodhouse Moor Skatepark

Woodhouse Moor

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Time to grab your skateboard! Woodhouse Moor Skatepark is made up of three big concrete sections in an open space, covered in interesting artwork and graffiti. You can skateboard, roller-skate and BMX on the street-style runs, with everything from quarter pipes to flat banks. It’s known for having a friendly atmosphere, making it great for even the tiniest of tots. There are plenty of smooth pathways in the area, ideal for getting your balance if you’re just starting out, so this is a great free day out for all the family.

Woodhouse Moor Skatepark, Woodhouse Moor, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 3AP

Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park is one of the best free things to do in Leeds. It has over 700 acres to explore and nearly a million people visit every year. There are five different routes to walk, so you can spot The Mansion among rolling parkland, traverse the dense woodland or discover the magical ruins of a 19th century castle folly. Don’t fancy a walk? Have a go on the half pipe at the skate park or play a game of footie, cricket or rugby. There are even two playgrounds for the kids and a free outdoor gym for grown-ups.

Roundhay Park, Roundhay, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS8 2ER.

Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery

Treasures of the Brotherton

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Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery showcases pieces from Leeds University Library’s Special Collections. They have hundreds of thousands of rare books and manuscript, as well as an extensive collection of art and artefacts. The items on display are regularly rotated, so you can see something different every time you visit. It could be a beautifully illustrated medieval manuscripts, original handwritten materials from the Brontës or one of Shakespeare’s first folios published in 1623, you won’t know until you visit.

Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery, Parkinson Building, University of Leeds, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds LS2 9JT.

Eccup Reservoir

Eccup Reservoir

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Eccup Reservoir is a popular walking spot with a 5.5-mile circular trail. Not only is it home to the largest area of water in West Yorkshire at a massive 91 hectares, but it’s also a Site of Special Scientific Interest, with rare vegetation growing around the reservoir and a large number of birds and waterfowl calling it home in the winter. Stop to take in the vista at the bird viewing platform and see if you can spot a sandy-coloured Desert Wheatear, a Siberian Chiffchaff or their famous colony of Red Kites.

Eccup Reservoir, Alwoodley Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS17 7DJ. Check out the route.

Henry Moore Institute

Roy Ascott, Henry Moore Institute

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The Henry Moore Institute is a nationally significant sculpture gallery, founded by one of Britain’s most famous sculptors, the eponymous Henry Moore. It’s an art gallery that exhibits contemporary sculpture from important artists worldwide, but it has an incredible collection of British sculpture too. Over the years, they’ve showcased the work of Paloma Varga Weisz, Neil Gall, David Dye and more, so you could discover anything from art the size of a coin to huge inflatable sculptures that take up an entire room.

Henry Moore Institute, 74 The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3AH.

Free Gigs

Brudenell Social Club

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Live music is one of life’s great joys and it doesn’t have to cost a penny. That is, as long as you know where to look. Luckily for you, we do. There are loads of free gigs going on in Leeds. Keep an eye on the listings for Brudenell Social Club, Verve, The Grove Inn and The Duck & Drake – they all put on live music for you to enjoy without the admission fee. From cover bands to up-and-comers, you can catch all sorts of genres and bands across the city without putting your hand in your pocket.

Free gigs are available across the city.

The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery

The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery

The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery showcases pieces from the University Art Collection and boasts lots of gems. You can see a selection of European paintings and prints, as well as sculpture, ceramics and miniatures, all in the serene ambience of the gallery. Discover post-impressionist paintings by Roger Fry and Mark Senior, or take a look at the latest artwork from the University’s students and graduates. Once you’ve taken everything in, why not try the Public Art Trail across the campus?

The Stanley and Audrey Burton Gallery, Parkinson Building, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 9JT.

Leeds Country Way

Adel Dam, Golden Acre Park

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Leeds Country Way is a 62-mile circular route around Leeds. It takes you through some of the city’s best and most beautiful countryside, from Golden Acre Park through Barwick-in-Elmet, Carlton and Cockersdale. This is a beast of a walk, so it’s been split into four sections of 15 miles, which are divided again into short 5-mile walks. If you walk the full route, you’ll see England’s tallest maypole, the ruins of Howley Hall and the mounds left behind by an iron age hill fort. Just don’t forget your picnic!

The Leeds Country Way starts at Golden Acre Park, off Arthington Road, Bramhope, Leeds, LS16 8BQ.

Welcome to Leeds Street Art Trail

Winifred, Qubek, York Place

Leeds is packed with street art, so why not make an afternoon of it? Start at Leeds Beckett University with a tribute to rugby legend Rob Burrow, glorious in Leeds Rhinos’ blue, before heading to Belgrave Music Hall’s colourful murals. Wander through the city centre, taking in walls adorned with beautifully rendered graphics, people and animals, then finish the tour with Winifred the elephant, resplendent in armour, and a piece of art that immortalises Leeds’ first male boxing champion.

Leeds Street Art Trail is across the city, starting with Athena Rising, Platform, New Station Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 4JB.

Golden Acre Park


Golden Acre Park

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Golden Acre Park is one of the most popular parks in Leeds. It’s a mix of woodland and formal gardens, with a large boating lake anchoring it all together. Here, you’ll find heather meadows, wildfowl lakes and a stunning cherry orchard, all waiting to be explored. The Demonstration Garden is a particular favourite as it changes every year, showcasing different horticultural trends. Previous themes have included tropical, cottage and container gardens, so you can get inspiration for your own outdoor space.

Golden Acre Park, Otley Road, Bramhope, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS16 8BQ.

Petanque Court

Petanque Bond Court

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Playing pétanque in the city centre is definitely one of the unique free things to do in Leeds city centre. Head to Bond Court, where you’ll find a gravel court and pétanque statues ready to egg you on. You can pick up the balls from La Botega Milanese (and maybe a coffee while you’re there), then you’re ready for a game. The aim is to get your boule as close as possible to the coche, which is the small ball that you throw first. You can knock your opponents boule away with your own, making it an exciting game!

Petanque Court, Bond Court, Wine Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 2JZ.

Blue Plaque Trail

Blue Plaque

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One for the history buffs, Leeds Civic Trust’s Blue Plaque Trail pays homage to the important people and events that have made Leeds what it is today. There are 170 plaques across the city, from Roundhay Park Mansion to Leeds Corn Exchange, so this one is sure to keep you busy. You’ll discover the incredible stories of historical people, like Leonora Cohen, who was Emmeline Pankhurst’s bodyguard, and Samuel Ledgard, an entrepreneur who became a major independent bus operator in West Yorkshire.

The Blue Plaque Trail is a self-guided tour.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation

Regular meditation practice is known to help reduce stress, but it can be difficult to achieve that coveted state of thoughtless awareness. Sahaja Yoga Meditation classes can help. Their experts take you through blissful guided meditations and teach you specific techniques to help you keep your balance day-to-day. You don’t need to wear yoga pants or bring a mat, instead just get comfy and take an hour each week to focus on your peace of mind. You’ll reap the rewards of a calmer you in no time.

Sahaja Yoga Meditation runs weekly in person at The Beckett Room, St. Chad’s Parish Centre, Otley Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS6 5JT, and on Zoom.

Middleton Woods

Middleton Park, Leeds

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Forested since the 1600s, Middleton Woods is the largest ancient woodland in West Yorkshire. There are sturdy oak trees aplenty but it’s also home to delicate hazel, pretty birch and distinctive sycamore. In spring, the bluebells are worth the trip alone – but keep your eyes peeled for woodpeckers, bats and voles. There’s human history here too, with the remains of bell pits dating from 1300 and an old tramway to discover. It’s intertwined with Middleton Park, so you can visit the playgrounds, rose gardens and fishing lake.

Middleton Woods, Middleton Grove, Middleton, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 4HX.

Leeds Owl Trail

Owl Trail Leeds

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Leeds Owl Trail is a quirky way to discover the city’s history. Our obsession with owls started in the coat-of-arms and they’ve been popping up in the city’s architecture ever since. There are two trails to choose from, the Civic Owl Trail, which has 10 owls to spot, and the Grand Owl Trail, which has a further 15. You can spot them guarding gates and watching over streets, inside and out, but you’ll need your wits about you because they’re not all easy to find. Grab a map and delve into the city’s history, owl by owl.

The Owl Trail starts at Millennium Square, Calverley Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 UR.

Cycling Trails

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It’s time to get on your bike! Leeds has lots of great cycling trails that invite you to explore the city and the surrounding countryside, all without reaching into your pocket. From the flat and smooth paths on the Aire Valley Towpath towards Saltaire to the rugged terrain and breathtaking scenery of the Ilkley Loop, there’s something for everyone. You’ll find Leeds is packed with family friendly trails too, like The Lines Way. It’s traffic free, passes through a nature reserve and takes you close to Thwaite Mills, perfect for a picnic pit-stop.

Check out our list of awesome cycling trails in Leeds.

Tennis

Tennis

When it comes to days out in Leeds, you can’t beat a game of tennis on a local court, especially when it’s totally free. Tennis is a great way to get fit and have fun, whatever your age. Luckily for you, there are loads of parks across Leeds with free courts ideal for perfecting your serve and nailing your volley. Some you can book, like Brigshaw Lane Recreation Ground, and others you just turn up and grab a free court, like Cross Flatts Park. Keep your eye out for free coaching sessions during the summer too.

There are free tennis courts at various parks across Leeds.

Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve

Kirkstall Valley, Caroline Thorogood

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Where once was a power station, nature has now taken over. Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve has a vibrant cast of flora and fauna within its 10 hectares. Why not walk one of the trails? You might just get a peek of one of the many animals that live in the woodlands, grasslands and wetlands that await here. There are kingfishers and dragonflies, otters and newts, bats and foxes, all living amongst fruit trees, shrubs and meadows. This is the perfect place to enjoy nature, learn about biodiversity and enjoy a picnic.

Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve, Redcote Lane, Kirkstall, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS4 2AW.

Leeds Central Library

Leeds Central Library

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Leeds Central Library is a brilliant place to spend a day – and it’s completely free. Filled with books, you can escape to a fantasy world, do a deep dive into historical events or even learn a new skill. The best bit is that they don’t do late fees, bonus! Their packed events calendar includes everything from family history workshops to kids movie screenings of your favourite book adaptations, the majority of which are free or pay-as-you-feel. There’s free wi-fi and computers that you can use, though you do have to book.

Leeds Central Library, Calverley Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3AB

Victoria Gardens Chess

victoria gardens chess

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Flex your logic with a game of giant chess outside Leeds Central Library! The pieces are put out every morning by the Library porters and it’s totally free to play, all you have to do is turn up and nab a board, which by the way is painted onto the ground itself. As free things to do in Leeds go, this is pretty popular, especially in the summer months, so make sure you get there early to bag a board. And if you miss your chance to have a go, you can always watch for a while. You might find your new favourite chess player!

Victoria Gardens, The Headrow, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 3AA.

Comedy Cellar

Music at Verve Bar Leeds

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Game for a laugh? Of course you are! Head to Verve Bar, down the stairs and grab yourself a seat in their Comedy Cellar. It’s held every Tuesday, and you can see a whole variety of stand-up acts without having to splash the cash. They host open-mic nights, where anyone can give it a go, as well as locally-known comedians and sometimes even well-known names will test out their material before taking it on the road. No two nights are the same, so coming back every week is an absolute no brainer.

Verve, 16 Merrion Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS1 6PQ.

Hope Pastures

Hope Pastures

Hope Pastures is an equine rescue centre and it makes for a great day out in Leeds. They take in horses, donkeys and ponies, rehabilitate them, then help them find new homes or give them a permanent residency at the centre. They’re open every day of the year, so you can meet the animals and discover how to look after them. Not only can you say hello to inquisitive donkeys, feisty ponies and sweet-natured horses, but they also have friendly and knowledgeable staff on-hand to answer all your equine questions.

Hope Pastures, Westwood Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS16 5PH.

Middleton Railway Museum

Middleton Railway Museum

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Discover the world’s oldest working railway with a trip to Middleton Railway Museum. You can pretend to be a train driver shovelling coal on steam locomotives or look inside an old boiler and learn how locomotive parts were made. They’ve got diesel and electric cabs, passenger coaches and cranes for you to see too. The Made in Leeds collection tells the story of our heritage as one of the biggest producers of industrial locomotives in the world. It’s free to visit the museum, but there’s a small fee to ride the train. 


The Middleton Railway Museum, Moor Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 2JQ.

Little Free Library

Leeds is lucky enough to have a plethora of beautifully painted Little Free Libraries just waiting to be discovered. It’s a book exchange – you can pick up a new tome or leave a book that you’ve already thumbed through, all for free. Eco-friendly and it’s good for the community, what’s not to love? Each Little Free Library has its own unique design created by a local artist, from a brace of koi carp on university campus to jungle monkeys in Morley. Visit one, visit them all, take in the art and borrow a book.

Leeds Little Free Library has a growing number of locations across the city.

Adel Dam Nature Reserve

Adel Dam, Joanna Richards

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Grab your wellies because a day out at Adel Dam is on the cards. Once an operational dam, it was turned into gardens by the Victorians. They planted exotic trees like the Corsican Pine, which you can still see growing today. Since then, it’s got a little wilder. The circular route takes you around the central lake, through the woods and the marsh – be warned it does get boggy! You can hop across stepping stones, get a close up view of the bird feeding station and maybe even spot a roe deer if you’re lucky.

Adel Dam Nature Reserve, Next to Golden Acre Park, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS16 9JY.

The Tetley

Simeon Barclay

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When it comes to art galleries, The Tetley is a true gem and one of the best free things to do in Leeds. It’s a contemporary space, designed to showcase the brightest artists from around the world. They’ve showcased everything from supersized ceramic vegetables by Jonathan Trayte to film installations about the Sri Lankan civil war. Free talks, film screenings and events are held here too, so if you’re in need of a culture fix, The Tetley’s the place to be. Got kids? They run loads of family-friendly exhibitions and events.

The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS10 1JQ.

Yoga at Belgrave Music Hall

Belgrave Yoga

In need of a little me time? You can take an hour out of your week for a spot of gentle relaxation without spending a penny. Sinéad O’Brien runs joyful yoga classes at Belgrave Music Hall every Thursday at 11am and 1pm. Stretch and breathe it all out – all abilities are welcome and catered for, whether you’re a yoga pro or a newbie. Mats are provided and there’s no need to book, just turn up! Got time to spare? Round off your mindful movement lesson with a cup of healthy green tea from the bar downstairs.

Belgrave Music Hall, 1-1a Cross Belgrave Street, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 8JP.

Luis Buñuel Cinema Club

The Instituto Cervantes hosts a film club dedicated to one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, Luis Buñuel. Each term, they offer a series of four movies, all related to Spanish language and culture. Films come from Spain, Mexico, Colombia and more, so there’s a rich seam to delve into. You can expect anything from classics like ‘Bienvenido Mr Marshall’ and ‘Viridiana’ to contemporary cinema like ‘María (y los demás)’. Shown in their original language with subtitles, it’s perfect if you’re looking to improve your Spanish.

The Luis Buñuel Cinema Club screens films at University of Leeds, Parkinson Building, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS2 9JT.

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