Every year Roundhay Park is the location for one of Yorkshire’s most spectacular firework displays as well as several music events and concerts, while Tropical World provides ideal entertainment for family days out.
Roundhay is just 5 miles outside Leeds City Centre, with a regular bus service running between the two every 10 minutes. It’s also only a short distance from Yorkshire’s two main motorways: the M1 and M62 for travelling further afield.
While Roundhay has no train station of its own, it is within easy reach of Burley Park, Cross Gates and Leeds Station itself.
For road users Roundhay is close to the A58 easterly road to York, the A6120 and the A61 Scott Hall Road.
Allerton Grange High School provides local secondary and sixth form education for pupils living in Roundhay. An alternative choice for secondary education is Roundhay School, established in 1903. This comprehensive school has been Ofsted rated Outstanding.
For primary education in Roundhay, parents have a number of choices including both denominational and non-denominational schools. Talbot Primary School is one of the most popular choices in the area and is Ofsted rated Good.
Located on Street Lane in Roundhay, Leeds, San Carlo’s Flying Pizza is part of the multi-award winning San Carlo Group of Italian restaurants. It offers a sophisticated dining experience in elegant and contemporary surroundings with a chic al fresco dining area. It’s signature dishes include seafood, pasta, pizza and salads, all made using seasonal ingredients.
Tropical World is home to lots of exciting and exotic animals including meerkats, monkeys and crocodiles! It is part of the very popular and very grand Roundhay Park, which spans an impressive 700 acres, making it the second largest city park in Europe after the 'Englischer Garten' in Munich, Germany With so much on offer at Roundhay Park, it makes for a great family friendly, fun day out.