Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Golden Acre Park opened in 1932 with a huge amusement park, boating lake, miniature railway and many rides and attractions. The attraction failed, closed and fell into disrepair. The park was taken over by Leeds City Council in 1945.

The Park is situated about six miles from the centre of Leeds at Bramhope on the A660 Otley Road. It consists of approximately 137 acres of mature woodland and gardens surrounding an attractive lake. A comprehensive variety of trees and shrubs, as well as herbaceous and aquatic plants has been added in recent years.

Access Access from the car park is via a steep path to underpass or across busy road. Wheelchair users may require assistance. The circular walk is on flat, metalled and gravel paths. There is a manual wheelchair available from the shop. The Blenheim Courtyard, Display House and Demonstration Garden are easily accessible to disabled people.

Buses to and from Leeds: 780, 784, X84 - 3 buses per hour Monday to Saturday daytime, hourly service evenings and Sundays

Click on any of the thumbnail images below to view a full 360º panorama:
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Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
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Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001
Autumn in Golden Acre Park - November 2001