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Top 10 Instagrammable spots in Leeds City Centre

Leeds city centre is full of picture perfect places where you can't help but be snap-happy. Get the ultimate selfie in these instagrammable spots

The stunning Victoria Quarter boats intricate architecture and luxury stores. The breath-taking stained glass roof runs the full length of Queen Victoria Street and is the largest modern stained glass roof in Britain! Briggate, LS1 6AZ


Victoria Quarter - CA

With a wraparound terrace and panoramic city views, Angelica is a real show-stopper and oh so instagrammable. Relax in a luxurious setting with a cocktail prepared by one of their skilled mixologists. Level 6 Trinity Leeds, 70 Boar Lane, LS1 6HW


Angelica - credit James Cray

Belgrave Music Hall and Canteen is an independent venue with music, art, film and food spread across three floors, including one of Leeds’ most spectacular roof terraces; head their at dusk for a picture perfect view. 1-1a Cross Belgrave Street, Leeds, LS2 8JP


Belgrave Music Hall - credit Tom Joy

Leeds Art Gallery boasts a stunning glass roof, one of the most impressive collections of 20th Century British art and a colourful new wall painting commission for the Victorian staircase by Lothar Götz - the perfect selfie backdrop. The Headrow, LS1 3AA


Lothar Goetz, Leeds Art Gallery. Courtesy the artist. photo credit Jerry Hardman-Jones

Few could argue against the charms of the Tiled Hall Cafe. Part of the huge building which houses both Leeds Central Library and Leeds Art Gallery, this magnificent arched space is photogenic and comes with coffee. Enter through the entrance to Leeds Art Gallery, The Headrow, LS1 3AA


The Tiled Hall Cafe

Venture under the Leeds rail station to the atmospheric Dark Arches. Now flooded with multi-colour light, it’s a photo favourite! Dark Neville Street, LS1 4BR


Dark Arches - Carl Milner for Visit Leeds

Granary Wharf and the Water Taxi to Leeds Dock is where the River Aire meets the Leeds Liverpool Canal and is home to bars, restaurants and coffee shops. The water taxi takes you to Leeds Dock, the home of The Royal Armouries Museum, and is just £1. Who knew Leeds had a waterfront! LS1 4BR


Granary Wharf at Dusk - credit Giles Rocholl

Leeds Corn Exchange is one of the city’s most recognisable and most impressive Victorian buildings. This Grade I building houses a wide range of independent retailers and tasty eateries with an iconic domed roof. Call Lane, LS1 7BR


Leeds Corn Exchange - credit Vagabrothers

Headrow House is home to Michelin Guide recommended restaurant Ox Club. Take a walk upstairs to the Headrow House roof terrace and see the neon lights of one of Leeds’ most famous landmarks. There are two levels, the upper level, Kennedy Meadows offers views of Victoria Quarter, the domes of Kirkgate Market and Victoria Gate. Bramleys Yard, The Headrow, LS1 6PU


Headrow House - CA

Public art across the city, this project has seen both local and national artists creating art installations and events across five sites across Leeds city centre.

Athena Rising - credit Carl Milner Photography for Visit Leeds