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GREAT BRITISH BREAKFAST
Relax and have a chilled-out morning
around town, reading the papers and
having brunch at LS6, the Cross Keys or
Te Reliance.
KIRKGATE MARKET &
CORN EXCHANGE
Te glass roof of the Corn Exchange
bathes this striking Grade II-listed
building in light: peruse the boutique
shops and head down for some food at
Piazza by Anthony. Just along the road
is Kirkgate Market, which remains a
vibrant place with hundreds of stalls
located within the listed Victorian
market buildings.
HEPWORTHGALLERY
& YSP
Te Hepworth Gallery, which opened
last year, is a new landmark gallery
for Yorkshire and “one of the fnest
contemporary art museums in Europe”
according to
Te Independent
. If that
whets your artistic appetite, head on to
the nearby Yorkshire Sculpture Park,
where you can see the greats of British
sculpture set amongst 500 acres of
rolling parkland.
HEADINGLEY
Make for the lively urban village of
Headingley and visit the world-famous
Headingley Carnegie Stadium, browse
the quirky local shops, get fsh‘n’chips
from local legend Bryan’s, or design your
own milkshake at Shaky Jakes milk bar.
KIRKSTALL ABBEY
GATEHOUSE CAFE
Wander the grounds of
Kirkstall Abbey, one of the
best preserved monasteries
in Britain, and admire the
12th century ruins, visit the
museum and stroll along the
riverside, before heading over
to Te Gatehouse cafe for a
bite to eat.
LEEDS CITYMUSEUM
Explore this popular museum,
which ofers a mixture of local
and national history, culture
and science. Tere’s plenty
to keep kids occupied and
lots for grown ups too. Te
ground foor cafe opens out
on to a piazza overlooking
Millennium Square.
One to Fortyeight Hours