With renowned galleries like Leeds Art Gallery and The Henry Moore Institute showcasing work from around the world, independent galleries and Leeds College of Art, there’s plenty of opportunity to experience the unique culture of Leeds.
But the creativity of Leeds can’t just be seen in an art gallery. Based in the centre of the Yorkshire Sculpture Triangle, there are numerous pieces that give Leeds a unique urban landscape, such as the Black Prince in City Square and the stunning Mandela Gardens in Millennium Square.
A lot of the city’s public art is also hidden in plain sight. Look out for junction boxes covered in life’s biggest questions by the train station, arm rests shaped like little dogs on Lands Lane and a subway tunnel on Woodhouse Lane decorated with a musical who’s who of Leeds.