Thursday 26 August 2010

A Week in West Yorkshire

David Nash, Henry Moore and Sophie Ryder at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park
David Hockney at the World Heritage Site Salt Mills
The Victorian Arcades, Leeds
Leeds City Museum
Bettys Tea Rooms
What a brilliant week!


  1. All of this is so cool - love the face, the rabbits, and the sheep. Have heard Yorkshire is a really happening place.

    xo Erin

  2. I studied in Leeds 13 years ago, and dragged my housemates to the Brontë Museum in Haworth. We took the train and it was quite a journey. The house was so small and dark, and it rained. I could easily imagine how Emily would pick up inspiration from the mores behind the house to write Wuthering Heights. It was the highlight of the year in Leeds (and the pubs, lots of sitting on the pub)

  3. I know that museum well, it's just down the road from my home town. Leeds has changed a lot over the last 10 years; it's young, trendy and cosmopoliatin. Lots to see and do now!

  4. Ah brilliant just made a cuppa and catching up with your blog, you look to have had a great time YSP is one of my fave places to go! what a fab week you had!


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