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An illustration of a speaker with different venues of Leeds in the middle

Sounds of Our City

25 January 2020 - 31 December 2020

Venue: Abbey House Museum

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday – Friday and Sunday:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Saturday:
12 – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Bank holidays:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Sounds of Our City takes visitors on a journey through the musical stories of Leeds.

A photograph of the Majestic in Leeds when it was a theatre in the early 1900s

Sounds of Our City Talk and Tour for Groups

26 January 2020 - 05 January 2021

Venue: Abbey House Museum

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday – Friday and Sunday:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Saturday:
12 – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Bank holidays:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Group talk and tour of Sounds of Our City at Abbey House Museum

Light for Leeds artwork for the exhibition with a blue background, icons depicting different types on light in relation to faith

Light For Leeds

14 February 2020 - 24 January 2021

Venue: Abbey House Museum

Monday:
Closed

Tuesday – Friday and Sunday:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Saturday:
12 – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

Bank holidays:
10am – 5pm
Last admission: 4.30pm

An exhibition exploring the importance of light, organised with members of the Interfaith Week group.

Close up of a piece of Japanese pottery

Making Japan. Art | Culture | Life

01 March 2020 - 18 October 2020

Venue: Lotherton

March to October
Hall and grounds: 10am-5pm
Wildlife World (March): 10am-4pm
Last entry: 45 mins before closing

November to February
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-4pm
Last entry: 45 mins before closing

Making Japan is an exhibition about Japanese life, art and culture.

Florence Nightingale

Florence Nightingale Bicentenary: Inspiration to Genius

01 March 2020 - 18 October 2020

Venue: Lotherton

March to October
Hall and grounds: 10am-5pm
Wildlife World (March): 10am-4pm
Last entry: 45 mins before closing

November to February
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-4pm
Last entry: 45 mins before closing

A display marking 200 years since the birth of Florence Nightingale and her links to Lotherton.

An illustration including bricks and stairs with the text 'Below the Salt'

Below the Salt

04 April 2020 - 01 November 2020

Venue: Temple Newsam

Monday:
closed (including school holidays)

Tuesday to Sunday:
10.30am-5pm

Discover the secrets that have been lying in the architecture for 500 years in our latest exhibition.

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