Trinity Leeds located at 27 Albion St, Leeds LS1 5AT, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 0113 394 2415

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Aisha Ali

5 Google Rating

We visited a while back and had a lovely day, the glass roof architecture is stunning. We walked fro

5/ 5

We visited a while back and had a lovely day, the glass roof architecture is stunning. We walked from here to the Victoria Leeds which has some really good shops too. Will definitely be visiting again soon

Brian Day

5 Google Rating

Very smart place to shop with lots of independent shops looking as smart as the chains. Restaurants,

5/ 5

Very smart place to shop with lots of independent shops looking as smart as the chains. Restaurants, snack bars and shops nestled together in a compact yet spacious area. A little retail and leisure oasis.

Josh Stutterheim

5 Google Rating

Good shopping centre with a good selection of shops, and an amazing food kitchen with all kinds of a

5/ 5

Good shopping centre with a good selection of shops, and an amazing food kitchen with all kinds of artisan street style foods that change throughout the year. Also sparking clean toilets which is always a plus in the UK. Easy access from Leeds main central train station also. Well done to the architecture team!

Andrew Kayll

4 Google Rating

Great indoor shopping centre close to main railway stations. Variety of entrances and 3 floors of s

4/ 5

Great indoor shopping centre close to main railway stations. Variety of entrances and 3 floors of stores. Good selection of food at Trinity Kitchen and a few other restaurants. There is also an Everyman Cinema, didn't visit this. Centre is very clean and there is always staff walking round to to direct you. Reccomend.

Steve Gilbert

4 Google Rating

A great shopping centre with an impressive layout. The food court is impressive but in my opinion mo

4/ 5

A great shopping centre with an impressive layout. The food court is impressive but in my opinion more suited for younger people looking fast, or street food. At the other end of Trinity the restaurants are far, again in my humble opinion, nicer and more for the sophisticated lady or gent in town.

Ashleigh Long (halloweenjunky)

4 Google Rating

Good range of high street shops, and even a few independents. Great selection of restaurants and caf

4/ 5

Good range of high street shops, and even a few independents. Great selection of restaurants and cafe's, but Trinity Kitchen is good for the ever changing vendors. Easy to get to, very central in the city. Can be uncomfortably busy at times, especially during school holidays and run up to Christmas.

K. Peake

5 Google Rating

This was a brilliant shopping centre to go around, with a solid number of floors that are topped by

5/ 5

This was a brilliant shopping centre to go around, with a solid number of floors that are topped by a colossal glass roof! I found the centre very accessible due to the escalators placed throughout, providing easy transportation between the floors that had all been kept fully clean. Some cough sweets were needed by me due to a throat issue, which was properly resolved by honey sweets from a pharmacy here!

Simon Bate

5 Google Rating

Very busy , loads of ques . No one following the arrows

5/ 5

Very busy , loads of ques . No one following the arrows

Kieran Lonsdale

5 Google Rating

Trinity? More like infinity. Shops. Infinity shops.

5/ 5

Trinity? More like infinity. Shops. Infinity shops.

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  • Sunday11:00 - 17:00
  • Monday09:00 - 20:00
  • Tuesday09:00 - 20:00
  • Wednesday09:00 - 20:00
  • Thursday09:00 - 20:00
  • Friday09:00 - 20:00
  • Saturday09:00 - 20:00

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