Leeds-Bradford comes under the metropolitan district of West Yorkshire England and situated approximately 7 miles North West of Leeds city centre and approximately 9 miles from Bradford city centre.

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Royal Armouries Museum

Explore arms and armour from across the world and through time over 5 floors of stunning displays. Located easily a short distance from Leeds city centre with ample parking space, the Royal Armouries Museum has collections of fire arms and a war gallery displaying galleries from the orient, hunting galleries and a self defence gallery. There are swords on display and sword styles made for cinema such as the Lord of the Rings and swords taken from particular characters within the Lord of the Rings. It is an amazingly interesting place to experience history, myth and magic. The Royal Armouries in Leeds is a place to make time for.
Armouries Drive, Leeds LS10 1LT

Roundhay Park

One of the largest parks in Europe, there are tennis courts, a garden room at the mansion, a triathlon event, a dragonboat race event, farmers markets, annual bonfire and firework display – there is a lot to be said for Roundhay Park. It is a complete landmark in itself packed full of activities for all age groups and all interests at heart.
Mansion Lane, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2HH

Bradford Industrial Museum

Mill turned museum, a pleasant art gallery featuring art combined with stone architecture, contains memorable statues and arts from around the World. The building is a spectacular monumental structure with its extremely tasteful wooden door frames - nothing short of a palace, with its very exquisite brass placings in terms of door handles and other furniture metal ware. An educational experience of Asian textiles and calligraphy based in Lister Park with a boating lake, an adventure playground and Moghul gardens.
235 Moorside Road, Bradford BD2 3HP

Tropical World

A popular attraction at Roundhay Park, Tropical World offers a truly tropical experience with butterflies and birds flying around you as you walk and enjoy the diverse sections ranging from the aquarium to the desert to the rainforest floor. Experience a unique journey and explore a range of amazing species including meerkats, reptiles, monkeys, bats and many more.
Princes Avenue, Roundhay, Leeds LS8 2ER

Emmerdale Studio Set

The studio set is based around soap opera Emmerdale, one of Yorkshire’s favourites. There is a fully guided tour of how everything works on the home farm where you will discover industry secrets and how the gripping storylines are created. There is a gift shop and an opportunity to view its iconic props and authentic costumes. The village outdoor set is offered by way of a weekend tour and must be booked online.
27 Burley Road, Leeds LS3 1JT

Abbey House Museum

Enjoy family days out at the Abbey House Museum, a family friendly museum exploring social history and childhood in Victorian Leeds. Children and adults will be able to find out what life was like in Victorian Leeds and there are many activities during school holidays and there is a café serving hot and cold food and drinks so you can enjoy a wonderful slice of cake and a cup of Yorkshire Tea.
Abbey Walk, Abbey Road, Kirkstall, Leeds LS5 3EH

Otley Chevin Forest Park

Otley Chevin Forest Park is in Wharfe Valley. It is a lovely forest walk and very well-kept with easy parking and beautiful landscapes. Not far from the City, you can take a walk past the pond and up near the rocks. There are steep hills and the footpaths are great. It is a well evolved landscape.
Johnny Lane, Otley LS21 3JL

Tarnfield Dam

Situated at Tarnfield Park, Yeadon, 9 miles West of Leeds city centre, Tarnfield Dam is approximately 17 hectares of parkland with great views of planes taking off and landing at Leeds-Bradford Airport. There are scenic walks, bowling, a BMX track, summer entertainment events and sports activities and the Leeds Sailing and Activity Centre. For further information check their website - there is always a lot going on.
Cemetery Road, Yeadon LS19 7UR

National Science And Media Museum

This is an interesting place exploring the transformative impact of image and sound technologies. The museum can be explored from home, you can visit online and check out the Kodak Galleries which tells stories of photography from the very first photographs to modern digital snaps. There are stories of famous people involved in the World of cinematics and also technology and evolution relating to modern cinema. It gives a person an idea of the scientific principals behind light and colour. There are temporary exhibitions and a collection of 3.5 million pieces in its research facility.
Pictureville, Bradford BD1 1NQ

Tharavadu Indian restaurant

Indian cuisine from Kerala in a modern venue with floor to ceiling windows and polished woodfloors, Michelin recommended. The meaning of the name is A Family Which Keeps The Values Of Tradition. Kerala has a strong fishing industry and has contributed to many sea and river food based dishes and Kerala is a place that has been visited by ocean goers including traders from Greece, Rome, the Eastern Mediterranean, the Arab countries, Africa and Europe. Kerala is famous for its blend of indigenous dishes and foreign dishes adapted to Kerala taste. Tharavadu is a fine restaurant concept with a lovely warm service with very authentic breakfasts, main course and traditional variety of dosa, a fermented crepe or pancake made of rice batter and lentils filled with traditional “dosa masala”.
7-8 Mill Hill, Leeds LS1 5DQ

Yeadon Stoops Beefeater

The famous beefeater flavour of freshly prepared food chargrilled to perfection at Yeadon Stoops Beefeater. The menu is simple with its starters, succulent with its steak, tender with its grills and there are the house favourites and traditional puddings to finish off and fulfil any giant appetite.
Victoria Avenue, Bayton Lane, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7AW

Murgatroyds Restaurant

This is a large reputable chain of fish and chips restaurants with large portions and very good value for money. It opened in 1994 and is run by the Chadwick family. It is honourably named after Billy Murgatroyd, owner of Moorfield Mills which stood on the site of the present building and helped put Yeadon on the map in the 1870s. If you are flying from Leeds-Bradford Airport, present your boarding card and receive 15% discount off your bill. So why not make it your choice when you are flying from Leeds-Bradford Airport.
Harrogate Road, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7BN

Sweet Basil Valley

This is a Chinese Asian, Thai restaurant with your traditional favourites such as crispy duck and pancakes and a chilli beef curry or a fillet steak. Whatever your favourite dishes are, the Sweet Basil Valley has something prepared for you. This is a vegetarian friendly restaurant with gluten free options and vegan options. It is lovely for a birthday or anniversary and the staff are very friendly and attentive.
Green Lane, Rawdon, Yeadon LS19 7BY

The Turkuaz Restaurant

This is a lovely restaurant oozing with vibrance. It brings to you vibrant, colourful Turkish cuisine with some basic Mediterranean favourites and their 10 ounce chargrilled sirloin steak is not an easy challenge. Hats off to the team for their care and attention.
22 Harrogate Road, Rawdon, Leeds LS19 6HJ

Willow Cottage

This Bed and Breakfast is set in the heart of Yeadon and closely located to Leeds-Bradford Airport as well as the centre of Leeds. Offering boutique hotel style luxury, with a guest lounge, free Wi-Fi and off street car parking, the Willow Cottage is surrounded by a private walled garden and amongst its guests have been the cast of Emmerdale. Enjoy a relaxed break in a traditional setting at this 4 star award winning place with a Full Breakfast choice of English or Continental.
Ivegate, Yeadon, Leeds LS19 7RE

Britannia Leeds Bradford Airport

A pretty hotel conveniently situated at Leeds-Bradford Airport with its free parking, leisure facilities, wedding venue and 7 conference rooms, it’s a hotel that makes an excellent base for people visiting Leeds. It is situated 2.8 miles from Leeds-Bradford Airport and offers stay and fly packages. This means you can stay overnight and leave your car in the car park, allowing yourself to relax the night before your flight.
Leeds Road, Bramhope, Leeds LS16 9JJ

Faweather Grange

Built on a 9 acre site with views of the valley there are stylish log cabins with kitchens and private hot tubs. These luxury lodges are set on a hillside at different levels which provides unrivalled dramatic views across a privately accessed woodland valley to Ilkley Moor. Faweather Grange provides you an appointment to stroll through picturesque Yorkshire woodlands and scenery. Sit back, relax and savour the breath-taking countryside views.
The Grange, Sconce Lane, High Eldwick BD17 6BG

Chevin Country Park Hotel And Spa

A wedding venue like no other. A dedicated team of support staff have helped hundreds of couples to create an incredibly special day. Surrounded by 44 acres of woodland this rustic chic hotel is about 11 miles from the Royal Armouries Museum. Its unique Spa location in West Yorkshire has a distinct Alpine feel. You’ll receive a great warm welcome from the very friendly staff and you will be able to unwind and relax in this dramatic woodland setting to some delicious menu items.
York Gate Guiseley, Otley LS21 3NU

Travelodge Leeds Central

Surrounded by many shops, venues and attraction sites, Travelodge Leeds Central is suitably based in the heart of the vibrant City of Leeds and features an on-site restaurant, family rooms, standard doublerooms and its new addition of SuperRooms for those who want added comfort.
Blayds Court, Blayds Yard, Off Swinegate, Leeds LS1 4AD