Park Square Leeds

Park Square


A small park located in the centre of Leeds, surrounded by stately Georgian buildings.

Park Square Leeds

A small park in Central Leeds, surrounded by stately Georgian buildings, with flower bushes, lawns & benches. Tucked just around the corner from the Leeds Town Hall.

Take a break from exploring the city and relax on the lawns as you take the architecture that encircles the square. Pack a picnic and relax on the grass. Office workers from the surrounding buildings relaxing here during their lunch breaks and after work.

Location Details

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Take a look around

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  • Park Square Sign

Things to Note

Park Square has the following on-site or nearby:

  • Dog Waste Bins
  • Nearby Food & Drink
  • Nearby Parking
  • Nearby Shops
  • Nearby Toilets
  • Pushchair Access
  • Rubbish Bins
  • Wheelchair Access

Things to Do

Leeds Park Square is located in the middle of the Leeds downtown area. Leeds City Art Gallery, Victoria Square and the Leeds Central Library are all a short walk away!

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The Park Square was part of a fashionable West End housing development, called the Park Estates which was developed at the end of the eighteenth century. It was meant to be for the more wealthy residents of Leeds. Because the aim was to give it a sense of prestige, rather than calling it a ‘street’, the area used names such as ‘Row’, ‘Parade’, ‘Place’ and ‘Square’.

The area quickly gave way to businesses, and Park Square has since been home to Leeds’ financial and legal district. By 1878, the commercial nature of the area was sealed when the ready-made mass production tailor, Sir John Barran, financed the building of his warehouse on the south side of the square named St Paul’s House.



The park is surrounded by benches and bins. No toilets on site, but the area is surrounded by bars – many options if you are caught short!

Food and Drink

There are several cafés and restaurants selling take-away food, as well as a coffee cart on some days. Grab a snack and a hot drink and make the most of the tranquil space in the heart of the city.


The area is properly pathed. Both wheelchairs and pushchairs will be usable here.

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