Leeds City Museum is located in the centre of the city. Special exhibitions are hosted
alongside a collection of displays from the Leeds Archive. The Unicorns event will
be held in the Brodrick Hall.
Leeds is a great city to visit and is home to the Royal Armouries Museum which has
the national collection of arms and armour. Admission is free. Also nearby the museum
is Leeds first direct arena where Alice Cooper will be playing on the evening of
the 11th Nov.
Local transport information:
By bus: Leeds City Museum is a 15 minute walk from the city centre bus station.
By train: The Museum is a 10 minute walk from Leeds Railway Station.
By car: Leeds City Museum is well serviced by all routes travelling to the city-centre.
If you are using a route planner, our postcode is LS2 8BH. Parking: Metered street
parking is available nearby on Rossington Street and Cookridge Street. Secure car
parking is available in Woodhouse Lane, The Light, Merrion Centre and Rose Bowl car
By air: Leeds Bradford Airport is easily accessible by taxi or bus.
Fans of Anne Stokes Collection art will be pleased to hear that there will be a chance
to purchase the book, signed prints and other unicorn products featuring Anne’s art
at the event.
Did you know the myth of the unicorn dates back thousands of years and from many
different regions of the world? Anne Stokes and John Woodward will give a one hour
talk on the rich history of unicorns and the artwork that Anne has created to illustrate
this remarkable creature. The talk will be followed by a chance to meet Anne and
John, as well as the opportunity to purchase a signed copy of their new book Unicorns.
This is a one-of-a-kind event and seating is limited so be sure to book early. You
can purchase your ticket(s) by clicking the appropriate button below. Please note
that reserved books and figurines will be only available for collection at the event.