Roundhay Park Leeds
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The 700 acre Roundhay Park is located 3 miles to the north of Leeds city centre in The main gate is in Princes Avenue. Tropical World and the adjacent Canal Gardens are on the opposite side of the road.
Roundhay Park was bought by Leeds City Council in 1872, and opened by the third son of Queen Victoria, Prince Arthur.
Ask driver for Roundhay Park
Roundhay Park is on the 2, 2b, 12 circular bus route. Buses number 2b & 12 go the most direct route. Buses number 2 go the long way via Moortown Corner
Bus Route 2, 2b, 12 Roundhay Park or Moortown From New Market St. New Briggate Daytime every 10 min's, Sundays & evenings every 20 or 30 minutes
Extra buses are allocated when there is an event on in Roundhay park
Roundhay Park, the most popular of the Leeds Parks has areas of grassland, woods, formal gardens, , and 2 lakes, a mall lake and the larger Waterloo lake.
The formal gardens, The Monet Garden and Alhambra Garden
- Football pitches
- Cricket pitches
- Grass cycling track
- Tennis courts
- Scateboard park
- Bowling greens
- Location of the
White Rose Canoe Club
Come & Try Canoe sessions. The White Rose Canoe Club is Yorkshire's largest canoe club