Park Square is a small park which offers an oasis of calm in the busy city centre of Leeds. Just off The Headrow, the benches and lawns make a great place to picnic or just simply relax from shopping!
Created in the Georgian era, it is one of four notable squares in Leeds city centre. The square is grassed over and is a traditional Georgian park in the heart of Leeds' legal and financial quarter. It is surrounded by Georgian buildings, which are now occupied as offices, many by solicitors and other legal firms.
This gorgeous spot is hidden away down the more 'financial' end of town, and is a popular luncheon location for busy solicitors, but that doesn't mean more anyone can't enjoy these lovely gardens. There are plenty of benches lining the outskirts and a plethora of lush grass to lay on during the warmer months.
Map reference: SE 298333 Lat: 53.79595 Long: -1.54816
From all routes, head into Leeds city centre. Pass the train station and follow the loop round, on your left you will soon see Park Square signposted.
By Public Transport: From the train station come out the bottom doors turn left, walk along and take the first right onto King Street. Walk up and take St Paul's Street on your left. Continue and take Park Sqaure East on your right which leads into Park Square.