Historic Civic Venues.

The city has a selection of impressive historic civic venues, offering a charming alternative to conventional conference venues

Leeds Town Hall

Maximum capacity: 1200 theatre style

Known for being one of the most iconic buildings in the city dominating the city’s skyline, Leeds Town Hall provides one of the most beautiful settings in the city for a conference dinner.

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Harewood House

Maximum capacity: 130 theatre style

Located just 20 minutes outside of Leeds, Harewood House is a stunning historic Stately Home where eighteenth century history combines with twenty first century amenities, suitable for a wide range of events.

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Leeds City Museum

Maximum capacity: 400 theatre style

The Grade II listed building, which was transformed into a state of the art museum in 2000, offers an impressive conference venue, with its stunning central atrium with balcony which is guaranteed to impress.

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The Carriageworks Theatre

Maximum capacity: 349 theatre style

Utilising the character of the original Victorian carriage works, The Carriageworks Theatre offers state of the art conference facilities.

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Leeds Civic Hall

Maximum capacity: 220

Overlooking the Millennium Square, this building accommodates the Lord Mayor, City Treasurer and City Council. It was officially opened in 1933 by the ruling monarch of the time, King George V.

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Cloth Hall Court (Meet In Leeds)

Maximum capacity: 300 delegate

Cloth Hall Court offering dedicated conference and events space just moments from Leeds train station with high spec, fresh and contemporary spaces, for up to 300 delegates.

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