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Leeds Corn Exchange, Leeds
Categories: Landmarks, Tourist Spots
Go shopping in one of Britain’s finest Victorian buildings. Leeds Corn Exchange is one of just three corn exchanges left in the UK, operating in its traditional capacity as a center for trade (although no longer in corn). Visit the many independent shops, which sell clothes, jewelry, books, guitars, housewares, cameras, and more. Stop for a bite to eat in the Primos Restaurant or Vanilla One coffee shop. The exchange hosts special events throughout the year, such as live music and vintage fairs. Check the website to see if any of these coincide with your visit. Put Leeds Corn Exchange into our Leeds vacation route planner to see other points of interest to visit during your vacation in Leeds.
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The Corn Exchange is a beautiful building. An excellent use of a building that has to be preserved. Some interesting shops and Cafe in the centre was very good
We stopped here to grab and coffee and delighted to find a fantastic architectural accomplishment that is still standing in the centre of Leeds. The coffee shop was off to one end and provided good co... read more »
This is a beautiful example of Leeds architecture. Very very impressive and filled with little boutiques. Catch it on a market day and is gorgeous as well
This should be up there with the 1st things to do in Leeds, sadly it isn't. The shops are brilliant as they are all independents with a leaning towards arts & crafts. It houses the best barbers in Leeds, King Koby's and a selection of eateries including a humous restaurant. However this place relied upon a popular restaurant to provide its footfall and since their demise the place has got quieter and with it fewer spaces taken up that leaves it with a closing down atmosphere. Please visit when in Leeds for this unique settingand building and hopefully it will gain its atmosphere and be easily a 5*
Brilliant setting with a wonderful selection of shops! The addition of table tennis tables on the lowest level is also great!
It's a beautiful space with quaint little independent stores circling a performance space. Great to pop in and have a browse round while admiring the roof architecture.
Pretty building and architecture, from the inside too - good photo ops, but bring money if you intend to buy anything, at £25 a candle, it's not the pound-land area of Leeds :P
Very pretty building. It's literally worth taking a look purely to appreciate the architecture. Has some quite unique/specialised stores and a couple of cafes.
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