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History

Leeds Corn Exchange is one of Britain’s finest Victorian buildings and a Grade 1 listed structure. Designed by Cuthbert Brodrick and completed in 1864, Leeds Corn Exchange holds tremendous significance both as an architectural masterpiece and cultural icon. Following a comprehensive £1.5m restoration in 2008, Leeds Corn Exchange is once again a major destination for visitors to Leeds.

Food

Leeds Corn Exchange offers the opportunity to shop, dine and relax within the splendour of Leeds’ most treasured architectural gem. Piazza by Anthony, another enterprise by celebrated local entrepreneur Anthony Flinn, occupies the entire lower ground floor level and offers a unique food emporium incorporating a 125 seat brasserie, cafe, lounge bar and private dining rooms, as well as 5 retail food shops.

Shopping

 

Welcome to Leeds Corn Exchange.

Leeds Corn Exchange is proud to champion the very best in creative, innovative and independent retail enterprises, and the building’s striking features provide the backdrop for a unique shopping experience. Now just one of three Corn Exchanges in the country which still operates in its traditional capacity as a centre for trade, Leeds Corn Exchange sits at the heart of the local community.

Leeds Corn Exchange
42 Call Lane
Leeds
LS1 4ES

T: 0113 234 0363

Opening Hours

Mon-Sat 9am – 6pm
Sun 11am – 4pm
© Leeds Corn Exchange 2009

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