Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds
Kirkstall Abbey, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS5 3EH View on map
One of the best preserved examples of a ruined Medieval Cistercian Monastery in the country. Founded by monks from Fountains and the primary building work was completed in 1182. The Reredorter has been restored as a Visitor Centre.
All year: Tuesday - Sunday 10am - 4.30pm. Last admission 4pm.
On A65 from Leeds to Ilkley, approximately 3 miles from Leeds City Centre. Parking ¼ mile on right after Retail Park. Rail: Headingley (½ mile). Bus: routes 50, 33, 33A and 757.
Parking for 3 coaches and disabled
- Wheelchair access: Yes
- Disabled Toilets: Yes
- Assistance dogs: Yes