The City Bus South Bank (service 70) runs directly from the Leeds Rail Station Bus Interchange (outside Leeds Railway Station) to Leeds Dock. The bus runs every 12-15 minutes Mon-Sun. For timetable information follow http://www.wymetro.com/BusTravel/bustimetables/Bustimetable/70/ The bus stops on Chadwick street, which runs directly alongside Leeds Dock. The fare is 50p.
If you’re arriving in Leeds by train you can catch a water taxi from nearby Granary Wharf 7 days a week. Otherwise we’re a short walk along the canal or jump in a taxi at the station forecourt. or you can get the Service 70 bus from the Leeds rail Station Bus Interchange.
If you’re driving here we’ve got plenty of parking either on street or in a whopping great multi storey. The magic code for your sat nav is LS10 1PZ and we’re just off Junctions 3 & 4 of the M621.
Leeds Dock is easily accessible for cyclists, we’ve got bike storage racks all over the place! Find them by the multi storey car park, on My Street and on the Dock side.
Leeds Dock is is next door to The Royal Armouries, a 10 minute stroll from Leeds Station and Trinity shopping centre.
Walk along The Calls until you pass the big shiny silver ball, take a right over Centenary bridge- home to Leeds love locks – then follow the signs along the canal to The Royal Armouries. You can go under the iron bridge or through the underpass – take your pick, we don’t mind.
The path is perfect for pushchairs and there’s plenty to see along the way – look out for the boat hitching posts painted like mushrooms and the sign telling you to go throw yourself in the sea!
FREE water taxis run everyday Mon-Fri, 7am-7pm and Sat–Sun, 10am-7pm
Twee & Drie (the boats) have sailed over from Amsterdam to ferry passengers between Granary Wharf & Leeds Dock. The trip takes 12 – 20 minutes along a scenic canal route and all journeys are FREE.
To catch a ride on a cheeky yellow boat walk under the arches to Granary Wharf and the Doubletree by Hilton hotel. The taxis are on the lower water level, hidden out of view – just cross the lock bridge in front of Bar Brasil and hop on!
The boats run every 20 minutes.
Look out for a yellow flag with water taxi written on in black