The exhibition at Leeds Industrial Museum has ended. This information is a reminder of the exhibition, and will be useful if you want to visit the museum another time. The museum’s collections include textile machinery, tailoring equipment, and other items and exhibits relating to Leeds’ industrial heritage.
Any work that wanted doing opened on Friday 8th September, 2023 and continued to Sunday 28th January 2024.
It took place at Leeds Industrial Museum at Armley Mills.
Address: Canal Road, Leeds LS12 2QF.
There's more information on the museum's website: https://museumsandgalleries.leeds.gov.uk/leeds-industrial-museum/visit-leeds-industrial-museum/
Mon – Closed (open 10am-5pm on bank holidays only)
Tues – Fri: 10am – 5pm
Sat – Sun: 12 – 5pm
(last admission one hour before).
There is no cafe at the museum. Hot and cold drinks are available.
There is usually a small charge to visit the museum. If you would like to arrange a free tour for a disabled people's organisation or community group, please get in touch.
The exhibition was on the same floor as the museum entrance, amongst the collection of textile machinery.
There is an accessible toilet on this floor.
There are two short ramps, between rooms, on this floor.
Seating is dotted around the museum. It tends to be old wooden chairs and benches, in keeping with the age of the museum. Ask a member of staff if you'd like a different sort of chair.
The label for each artwork includes a QR code in the right bottom corner. This will take you to the corresponding artist's page on this website, where there is information in a range of formats.
Find more access information on the museum's website:
This document shows you, in words and pictures, how to get in to the museum, from the car park to the entrance:
Janet and Katie show how to enter the museum. They go through the automatic doors, past reception and into the galleries.