Built in 1914, The Hyde Park Picture House is a beautiful example of an Edwardian venue and one of the only surviving picture palaces in the UK.
A Grade II listed building, the Hyde Park boasts many original features including gas lighting (thankfully no longer in use!) and a decorated Edwardian balcony.
With its classic facade and atmosphere, The Hyde Park Picture House has been through many changes in its long history. It is now home to a diverse mix of art house and mainstream films, backed up by screenings of classics, providing the most unique cinematic experience the city has to offer.
Map reference: SE 283351 Lat: 53.81143 Long: -1.57168
By Car From the city centre: Follow signs for A660 to Skipton (which after about a mile turns into Woodhouse Land). From north Leeds: Follow signs to A660 (Otley Road), Hyde Park is in between Headingley and Leeds city centre.
By Bus From the city centre: The 56 runs frequently and stops right outside the cinema. Alternatively take the 1, 28, 95, 96, 97 or 97A and get off at Hyde Park Corner. Or thake the 18 or 18A and get off at Cardigan Road.
By Train Take the train to Burley Park Station and take the Cardigan Road exit then follow directions to the cinema.
Accessible by Public Transport: 1 mile from Burley Park station