Treasures of the Brotherton
The Treasures of the Brotherton Gallery is a public exhibition space housed by the University of Leeds, rooted in Yorkshire and open to the world.
The Gallery is the public face of the exceptional Special Collections held at the University of Leeds.
Discover remarkable and unique items from collections recognised as nationally and internationally significant.
Part of Leeds University Library Galleries, the gallery permanently displays treasures from the library's Special Collections. The display includes original material written by the Brontës, stunning illuminated medieval manuscripts and rare books from across the globe.
The gallery also offers original changing exhibitions twice a year, exploring a subject in depth. These exhibitions weave and reveal the stories held in the items and objects held in Special Collections.
The gallery has a lively programme of public events, including talks, hands-on activities, and craft workshops.
The Gallery is free and open to all.
Mon - 1 - 5pm
Tues - Sat - 10am - 5pm
University of Leeds, Parkinson Building, Woodhouse Lane, Leeds, LS2 9JT, West Yorkshire LS2 9JT