Welcome to Leeds Town Hall

Towering over The Headrow, Leeds Town Hall is an impressive classical/baroque style building, today used mainly for live productions, film screenings, and civic events. The hall was constructed during a period of rapid growth that Leeds experienced in the early 19th century. It served many functions within the local authority up until the late 20th century, when it began operating mainly as a venue.

Exploring West Yorkshire

The northern county of West Yorkshire has many charms and surprises to be discovered. The rolling, rugged landscape is dotted with Pennine villages, bustling, vibrant cities, and towns that are brimming with fascinating industrial heritage. Whether you’re looking for a dose of culture and nightlife in Leeds or a tranquil canal ride through rustic villages, you’re sure to find an adventure that suits you in West Yorkshire.

Escape to RHS Garden Harlow Carr

A horticultural paradise a short way north from central Leeds, RHS Garden Harlow Carr is a lovingly kept oasis of different landscapes, with woodland, streams and ponds, and wildflower meadows stretching over 68 acres. With impressive structures like the Alpine House and new gardening projects being undertaken all the time, RHS Garden Harlow Carr makes a wonderful escape for anyone visiting the area.

Planning a trip to Leeds Town Hall? Travelodge Leeds Central Vicar Lane Hotel is only five minutes up the road, and Travelodge Leeds Central Hotel can be reached in 10.