The Leeds Peace Trail is a walking tour around Leeds city centre, telling a range of fascinating stories of peace and peace-making – each connected with people, groups and places in the city, past and the present.

T4P, Leeds City Council and the Peace Museum have picked a range of sites of historic interest, each with a story that raises awareness of timeless issues such as war, immigration, equality, nuclear effects, human rights, apartheid, violent crime, destitution, and campaigning.

There is a long route (allow 2 hours 30 mins) and a short one (allow 1 hour 30 mins).

Resources:

  • Map: Click here to view the online version of the map. Free printed maps are also available from Leeds Tourist Centre or Leeds Central Library (while stocks last).
  • Audio: Long route Download the audio versions of our stories here.
  • Audio: Short route short one Download the audio for our shorter walk here.

Big thanks to our volunteers for producing this podcast.

If you have any comments on or proposed additions for this project, we’d love to hear from you.