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Top 5 Place to visit in Leeds for Coach Groups

Transport Advisor has put together this article together to help coach groups plan their next coach hire trip to Leeds.

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1 Royal Armories

The Royal Armories is a fantastic place to visit in Leeds. The museum is built up of 5 floors and has six galleries displaying over 8,000 Royal amours from King Henry VIII. Collections from The Lord of Rings plus daily talks and combat demonstrations. The Museum can handle group tours and school learning programs which can be pre-booked by contacting the museum Click Here. Inside the museum, you will find the armory shop which offers a range of gifts. The museum has free entry and Free coach parking which is perfect for tour groups and schools visiting Leeds city.

2 Trinity Leeds

Trinity Leeds is a shopping and leisure center in the Victorian District of Leeds, England, named after the adjacent 18th-century Holy Trinity Church. you'll find more than 120 national and international brands under one iconic roof. Hungry shoppers are in luck with a range of over 40 top restaurants, coffee shops, bars and Trinity Kitchen - a unique mix of vibrant restaurants and street food vans.

3 Civic Quarter

The civic quarter has a number of interesting museums and art galleries as well as many historic buildings including statues such as the Black Prince and inventor James Watt. The spectacular Town Hall, consecrated in 1858 by Queen Victoria is adorned with lovely a Corinthian colonnade adorns the most prominent feature is the 200-foot-tall clock tower. The ornate Victoria Hall is another famous landmark and is used frequently for concerts. You can also visit Leeds Civic Hall with its owl decorated towers as a tribute to the historic emblem of the city.

4 Victoria quarter

Victoria Leeds is a shopping and leisure area, It combines the 1990 Victoria Quarter west of Vicar Lane and the 2016 Victoria Gate shopping center east of Vicar Lane. with a casino and most major name brand stores such as Harvey Nichols and John Lewis. In this high beautifully restored building witness some of the largest stained glassworks in Britain while you shop.

5 St John The Evangelist Church

St John's is the oldest church in the city center of Leeds, it was built between 1632 and 1634, at a time when few churches were being built. Avoiding demolition due to public protests it is now a grade 1 listed building. The glory of St John’s lies in its Jacobean fittings, particularly the superb carved wooden screen. Every part is richly decorated with tulips, hearts, twisting vines, and abstract heads of humans and animals. 1,000 Parishioners visit the church every year and the church is very welcome to new groups visiting Leeds City.

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