How to get here

All four galleries are only a 30-minute drive, bus or train ride away from each other in Leeds and Wakefield. The Henry Moore Institute and Leeds Art Gallery are located next to each on The Headrow, Leeds.

Please see individual venue websites for location, suggested transport, directions, access and parking facilities.

By Car

Leeds and Wakefield are both well served by the UK motorway network.

By Bus

National: Arriva
www.arrivabus.co.uk
Regional: Metro
www.wymetro.com
Regional:Travel South Yorkshire
www.travelsouthyorkshire.com/timetables/barnsley/912.htm

By Train

Train stations for YST venues:
  • Leeds station for Henry Moore Institute and Leeds Art Gallery
  • Wakefield Westgate station and Wakefield Kirkgate station for The Hepworth Wakefield
  • Wakefield Westgate station is nearest station for Yorkshire Sculpture Park, 7 miles away
Journey times:
  • London King’s Cross to Wakefield Westgate - approximately 2 hours
  • London King’s Cross to Leeds - approximately 2 hours 13 minutes
  • Leeds to Wakefield Westgate - approximately 12 minutes
  • Leeds to Wakefield Kirkgate - approximately 16 minutes
Times and fares:
Cross Country Trains
www.crosscountrytrains.co.uk
Grand Central Trains
www.grandcentralrail.com
National Rail
www.nationalrail.co.uk
Virgin Trains

By Plane

Leeds Bradford Airport is only 6 miles from Leeds city centre. Yorkshire’s international gateway airport serves over 70 direct destinations across 23 countries flying with 10 major airlines, it connects to 100s more worldwide.

www.leedsbradfordairport.co.uk

Where to stay

You will be spoilt for choice with places to stay in Yorkshire.

Oulton Hall

This unique 18th Century former family mansion is the perfect choice for leisurely beauty. Beautiful landscaped gardens and lawns, a state of the art spa and an impressive 27 hole golf course. Located in Oulton, near to Wakefield and 5 miles from Leeds train station and 15 miles from Leeds / Bradford airport.

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The Queens Hotel

The perfect city centre location The Queens is the most famous landmark hotel in Leeds. This four-star hotel offers striking Art Deco opulence throughout its bedrooms, conference and meeting rooms and restaurant areas. Adjacent to Leeds train station it stands proudly over City Square with restaurants, bars and shops just a stone's throw away.

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Where to eat

Foodies will relish a trip to west yorkshire.

YSP Restaurant

Enjoy panoramic views of the park and monumental Henry Moore sculptures from the contemporary YSP Restaurant

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The Hepworth Café

The Hepworth Café will reopen on 21 October with a new menu and redesigned dining space to create a welcoming dining experience for visitors.

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Tiled Hall Cafe

Originally the library reading room, the Victorian Tiled Hall is now a bustling, ever-busy cafe.

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