To ensure a trouble-free journey get live road traffic information from Highways England and live rail information from National Rail.
For your convenience we have provided maps for you to download and print out.
The First Leeds station circular (service 70) runs directly from the Leeds Railway Station Bus Interchange to Leeds Dock. The bus runs every 12–15 minutes Mon-Sun.
Timetables and more information available on the WY Metro website.
In addition, First Leeds service 28 runs from just outside the student residences near the car park.
Timetables and more information for service 28 available on the First Leeds website.
The museum is well signposted on all major routes as you approach Leeds. Follow the brown tourism signs for Royal Armouries with the ‘horned helmet’ logo.
- From the North: Follow brown tourism signs on the A64.
- From the East: M62 east users exit M621 at junction 4 and follow the brown tourism signs.
- From the South: M1 users exit M621 at junction 4 and follow the brown tourism signs. A1 users follow brown tourism signs on the A64.
- From the West: M62 users exit M621 at junction 3 and follow the brown tourism signs.
Town Centre Car Parks provide secure 24hr, fully-manned car parking with CCTV and security patrols with 1648 bays, located only 100 metres from the museum entrance at Clarence Dock.
This car park has Park Mark® status.
Parking can be paid for in advance at www.towncentrecarparks.com
Free and secure bicycle storage is also provided.
5 disabled parking spaces are provided next to the Arena close to the museum entrance. See Access page for more details.
10 coach parking spaces are provided next to the Arena close to the museum entrance.
It is a 10 minute walk from Leeds Bus Station and a 20 minute walk from Leeds Railway Station – directional signs are available along the route.
The Trans-Pennine Trail also runs by the museum.
There is a free water taxi service that travels between the Leeds Railway Station south entrance (Granawy Wharf, near to the Doubletree Hilton hotel) and Leeds Dock.
It runs everyday Mon–Fri (7am–7pm) and Sat–Sun (10am–7pm). The trip takes 12–20 minutes.
In addition, Leeds Dock has a large number of berths for narrow boats and cruisers.
The museum stands on National Cycle Network Route 67.
Bicycle racks are provided close to the museum entrance.
Please ensure that your bicycle is properly locked at all times and valuables removed.
Free and secure bicycle storage is available at the nearby multi-storey car park.
Maps to the museum
For your convenience we have provided maps for you to download and print out below.
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