Leeds Cathedral, also known as the Cathedral of St Anne is a Roman Catholic cathedral situated in the city of Leeds, England. The original church on the site dated back to the 18th century, the current cathedral was built in 1900-1904. The cathedral was built to a Neo-Gothic style and is relatively small due to the size of the site is built on. The cathedral was restored in 2006, its organ which dates back to 1904 was restored in 2010.
The cathedral is situated a 10-minute walk away from ‘Leeds’ train station. If travelling by car, head for the city centre and the city centre car parks, the cathedral is a short walk away from those car parks. The 1A, 1, 6, 28 and 9 buses all stop close to the cathedral.
Opening Times and Admission
You can visit the cathedral, services are listed online and usually run on a Sunday. You can also tour the cathedral online through a video on the cathedral's website.