If you want to get out into the great outdoors there are a number of green spaces on campus for you to enjoy.
A highlight is our sustainable garden with fresh food intended to be picked. Instructions of what to pick and how are available around the garden, which can be found next to the Roger Stevens Building.
Anyone can join in with regular gardening sessions - you can find details on our sustainability site.
Other green spaces include:
- St Georges Field between Cemetery Road and University Road, a great place to relax and unwind
- wildflower area behind the School of Earth and Environment (including a bee apiary)
- rooftop garden on the Laidlaw Library (including three beehives)
- space behind Leeds University Business School
- edible campus corridor through Leeds, including the sustainable garden, fruit trees in St Georges field
- fruit trees and edible border plants at the end of Lyddon Terrace, and edible plants at the Social Sciences plaza
- sensory Garden at Charles Morris Hall a wheelchair accessible sensory garden focusing on use for people on the autism spectrum
Leeds has 62 community parks, with facilities including playgrounds and sports pitches. The nearest to the University is Woodhouse Moor, a 26 hectare park just on the edge of campus.
Campus and city trails
- see our campus map
- explore campus with our biodiversity campus walks
- the Walks Round Red Brick guide, by Professor Maurice Beresford, includes a series of walking routes around the campus.
- walks on and around campus can be found on the walk4life website
- the Leeds industrial heritage trail, around the historic buildings of central Leeds and along the waterways