Plan Your Visit
Getting here and parking
Hyde Park Picture House is located at the intersection of Brudenell Road and Queens Road in the busy suburb of Hyde Park, north of Leeds city centre.
The cinema is a 10min drive from Leeds city centre and a 5min drive from Headingley. We do not have a dedicated car park, but there is plenty of on-street parking along the residential streets which surround the cinema, with no restrictions or permits required. Visitors can usually park within 200 metres of the building.
The cinema is a 30-40min walk from Leeds city centre, and a 15min walk from Headingley and the University of Leeds campus.
Directions from Leeds train station
Walk north up Park Row until you reach Millennium Square. Continue north along Woodhouse Lane towards, and then through, the University of Leeds campus. Once on the other side, walk through/along Woodhouse Moor/Hyde Park until you reach Brudenell Road. The cinema is located 500 metres along Brudenell Road, at an intersection between Brudenell Road and Queens Road/Chestnut Avenue.
The cinema is an 8-10min walk from Burley Park Train Station. Trains run regularly to Burley Park from Leeds train station via a Northern Rail service towards Harrogate.
As of September 2018, last trains from Burley Park to Leeds city centre leave at 11.14pm & 11.47pm. For up to date times, visit National Rail.
The nearest bus route is the number 56 (First Buses), which stops directly outside of the cinema in both directions. This bus can be caught from Leeds city centre at Albion Street (opposite the main Post Office) and along Eastgate/The Headrow. Alternatively the 1, 6, 27 and 28 all stop at Hyde Park Corner which is approximately 7 minutes walk from the cinema.
For specific bus times for bus routes that pass near the cinema, visit the West Yorkshire Metro Journey Planner.
Blue Badge Parking
For customers with physical access requirements, who would like to park as close as possible to the cinema, please get in touch and we can reserve you a space along the paved area directly outside of the building (usually reserved for staff parking).
Throughout 2021, we will be carrying out extensive redevelopment works at the Picture House, including ramped access to the main entrance, an accessible toilet on ground level, and a lift providing wheelchair access to multiple levels of the building. The cinema plans to re-open its doors in 2023, following these improvements.
For more information, visit The Picture House Project website.
Steps and seating
Step-free access to the main auditorium and foyer is available via a side entrance. Please let a member of staff know upon arrival if you need to use this entrance.
We have 3 wheelchair spaces in the main auditorium; 1 back left, 1 front left and 1 front right; to reserve one, please call 0113 275 2045.
Unfortunately, none of our toilets have step-free access.
We run semi-regular Memory Matinee screenings, helping those living with dementia – and their friends and family – to visit the cinema.
These screenings are currently held between Hyde Park Picture House and Rose’s Tea Bar in HEART, Headingley.
CEA Card Scheme
We are enrolled in the CEA Card scheme, which enables disabled visitors to bring a guest free of charge. Simply show your card at Box Office and a free complimentary ticket will be issued.
Details of the scheme and how to apply can be found at ceacard.co.uk.
We offer several types of accessible performances.
For visitors who are blind/visually impaired, we offer an Audio Description facility.
On Mondays, we regularly hold fully subtitled Captioned Screenings for visitors who are deaf or hard of hearing. On the third Sunday of every month, our Autism Friendly Screenings provide a safe environment for those on the autism spectrum.