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De beste dingen om te doen in West Yorkshire

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Museum
“a grand day out, check your planed visit day, and you could watch live jousting! ”
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Museum
“Just out of the city centre. Wonderfully dark, yet incredibly informative place to go whether you have children or not, offering an immersive journey through the hit-and-miss history of healing.”
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Kruidenier
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“Tesco Express, open 7am until 11pm every day. Has most of the things you might need.”
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Bar
““A unique waterside venue in a thriving community.” Dock 29 is a restaurant/bar with a big personality in Leeds Dock. Offering everything from casual drinks to Sunday Roast, Dock 29 is quality, quirky space run by experts in the events industry for all visitors and residents of Leeds Dock.”
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Meal Takeaway
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“Chain pizzeria where chefs in striped t-shirts toss handmade pizzas in a relaxed space.”
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Food
“The North Star Coffee Shop & General Store https://www.northstarroast.com/cafe/”
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School
“Regularly performing in Leeds’ theatres, they’re considered one of the best dance companies in the world”
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Point of Interest
“Home to the Royal Armouries Museum. But well worth a trip on the free water taxi down to the train station. Fully recommend doing this, not many people know about this free activity! Runs from 7am-7pm most days I believe. ”
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Museum
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Point of Interest
“The water taxi is a great little trip up the canal which costs £1. They run 7am-7pm 7 days a week between Leeds Dock and the train station ”
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Establishment
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Point of Interest
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Museum
“Nestled on an island location between the River Aire and the Aire & Calder Navigation. Thwaite Mills Watermill Museum is located in Stourton, 2 miles south of the city centre off the A61. Thwaite Mills was a bustling industrial site for hundreds of years. Its river-side location, made it an ideal place for large waterwheels, which have powered various industries at the site. Thwaite Mills would have been a bustling scene of activity. The grinding process produced a fine white dust which covered the buildings and the surroundings. Since Thwaite stopped production has been taken over by nature. The Island on which the mill stands have become a rich wildlife habitat.”
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Restaurant
“Do you love meat? The salad bar and sides is self service but the meat choices are brought to your table. You can pick from steak, chicken, sausages, chicken wings etc. The green circle let the staff know that you still want more meat. If you turn it over to red it means you are having a break. Definetely a place to try if you are a meat lover!”
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Gym
“Yoga Hero offers yoga classes in Leeds centre for beginners to yoga boffins. Get fit, flexible and even more fabulous! https://yogahero.co.uk/”
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