Costumed talks


On-gallery talks


On-site cafe


Discounted rates for 10 or more people


For groups of 10 or more:
Adult £7
Concession £6
Child £4
Tickets allow unlimited entry for 12 months
Add on a talk or tour for an additional £3 per person - choose from the list at the bottom of the page.

Additional benefits:
Free on-site parking
Free entry for the group organiser and coach driver
Free familiarisation visit

Parking is directly in the front of the museum
Cafe serving lunches, snacks and a range of homemade cakes
The museum is fully accessible with a lift to the first floor and seating around the galleries

Please call Judith on 0113 205 6521 or email

Choose from a range of talks and tours to complement  your visit:
(Lasting 50-60 minutes)

Apothecary Talk
Meet an 18th Century Apothecary and explore the weird and wonderful cures on offer. Talks take place amongst the magnificent surroundings of our Wilkinson English Delftware Pharmaceutical Jar Collection.

1842 Street Tour
Discover living conditions in Leeds 1842. How did people really live and what was making them ill?

Collections close up
A private view of objects from our museum stores. A unique opportunity to handle objects not normally on public display. Includes a Pill Rolling session.

Hands-on History
 A unique opportunity to explore an area of the galleries in greater detail with a museum expert and handle real museum objects.
 A member of the curatorial team will accompany your group to a gallery of your choosing to talk you through the themes of the gallery in more depth and allow you to handle objects not normally on public display.
Choose from:
   War and Medicine – Explore the Recovery? From Flanders to Afghanistan gallery and  find out how medicine and technology have affected the recovery of soldiers from the First World War to today.
   Childbirth – Explore the Having a Baby Gallery and compare the differences between childbirth in the 1940’s and today. Find out how birthing environments affect the birth experience.
   Victorian Pharmacy – Meet in the Victorian Pharmacy to discover how pharmacists created potions and medicines to cure the Victorian public and have a go at pill rolling.
Please note that seating is not available in the galleries.
Children's Groups:
Activity packages are available for groups of children. Please contact us for further details.

Uniformed Groups

School Groups