Hyde Park

Hyde Park is just minutes away from Leeds City Centre making it perfect for commuters looking for a shorter journey. Sitting between Headingley and the University of Leeds, Hyde Park is a popular area for students and young professionals.


Things To Do

Hyde Park is home to the Yorkshire famous, Hyde Park Picture House. The Picture House shows independent films as well as classic blockbusters. Tickets always go pretty quickly so you'll have to keep your eyes peeled!

For the socialites, Brudenell Social Club is a great spot to spend the evening. Live music is at the heart of this club and has hosted bands like Franz Ferdinand and the Kaiser Chiefs.

Things you didn't know about Hyde Park

Famous actor Chris Pine, lived in Hyde Park whilst studying a year abroad at the University of Leeds.

Schools in Hyde Park

Hyde Park is within the catchment area of many Ofstead-rated 'Good' schools, including:

  • Brudenell Primary School
  • Spring Bank Primary School
  • Leeds City Academy
  • Sacred Heart Catholic Primary School
  • Kirkstall Valey Primary School
  • Burley St Matthias CofE Primary
  • Rosebank Primary School


Burley Park is the nearest train station to Hyde Park and is just a 10-minute walk away. From here the trainline can take you to Leeds City Centre in 7 minutes or to Harrogate in 40 minutes. Hyde Park is also well connected with bus routes to Leeds City bus station, giving access to endless routes across West Yorkshire. For commuters going further afield, the M621 is just a 10-minute drive.


Hyde Park Picture House debuted as a cinema over 100 years ago in November 1914.

Eating & Drinking

Hyde Park hosts a range of different cultures and this is reflected in the cuisines offered within the area! Lupes Cantina Mexicana serves up traditional Mexican food in a striking, authentic-style restaurant. Hyde Park Book Club is a unique spot, hosting events in a cosy cafe atmosphere with an eclectic mix of books, records, and fancy dress, this is a must-visit!


If you're an eco buff Leeds Refills Zero Waste Shop will be right up your alley. From food to laundry products, they have what you need! Vintage Boutique is also a great place to visit as they have a great range of vintage homeware and furniture.

If you want something more mainstream, Leeds City Centre has lots of popular shops including Primark, River Island and Urban Outfitters.