Guide to Leeds
Leeds has a hefty mix of culture and history, with its claim to fame as having more listed buildings than any other English city outside of London, such as the Victoria Quarter, Leeds Corn Exchange and Harewood House. Leeds city centre is also home to the Electric Press that delivers exclusive drinking and eating options, with and an array of quality restaurants. Leeds is one of our most popular destinations for any type of event, especially with all the great motivational and team building activities such as SMS Treasure Hunt, Crystal Maze Team Challenge, Cocktail Making, it’s a Knockout and more. Take a look through our Leeds team building ideas, we have a range of group activities that are designed to help teams bond and build work relationships with their colleagues.
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Leeds is a relatively compact city once you arrive in to the centre. Its main railway station brings you into the shopping district and is only a short walk to Call Lane, one of the most popular nightlife spots. Millennium Square and Park Row other popular nightlife spots are to the north of the centre and a little further to walk, so you may be best hailing one of the many black cabs or arranging a pick up from your hotel.
Here are a few tips that might help you during your party or group event in Leeds
- The Leeds Visitor Centre provides plenty of information to help you explore Leeds and the extended Yorkshire area. It’s located at The Headrow in the city centre.
- All city-run museums and galleries in Leeds are free to enter.
- Frequent food tastings and live music events take place in the arcades of the Victoria Quarter.