Ten ways to celebrate Father’s Day in and around Leeds this weekend

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It’s Father’s Day this weekend.

This Sunday celebrates all kinds of father-like figures and whether you’re taking your grandpa out for lunch, treating your stepdad to a pint or you’re a dad to be, everyone that wants to celebrate Father’s Day with their loved ones deserves to find a special place to toast to their parental figure.

Leeds is always full of exciting places to visit at the weekend, but here’s ten different ways you could celebrate with free entry, set menus and trips out of the city to get you started…

Fourth Floor Brasserie ‘Dine with Dad’ menu

Inside Harvey Nichols, Briggate, Leeds city centre

Images: The Hoot Leeds

The offer: Three courses and a Filey Bay whiskey cocktail and complimentary gift courtesy of Parfums de Marley fragrance

Cost: £35 per person

T&Cs: Served exclusively on Sunday 18 June from 12pm

Find out more here.

Elland Road tour and dinner

Inside Leeds United Football Stadium, Elland Road

Image: Leeds United

The offer: Two course Sunday lunch and mini tour of Elland Road stadium

Cost: £29.95 for adults, children aged 3-12 £14 and under 3’s go free

T&Cs: Must be booked in advance, running on Sunday 18 June only

Find out more here.

Free trip to the zoo for ‘daddy bears’ in Yorkshire

At Yorkshire Wildlife Park, Hurst Lane, Doncaster DN9 3QY

The offer: Free entry for dads on Saturday 17 and Sunday 18 June 2023

Cost: Free entry when buying an adult or child’s ticket or a pre-booked annual pass member

T&Cs: See Yorkshire Wildlife Park website here

Bottomless pints at The Botanist

Next to Trinity Shopping Centre, Boar Lane

The offer: Get a roast dinner and add bottomless pints, spritz or Prosecco

Cost: £15.95 for unlimited drinks plus the roast dinners range from £16.95 – £17.95

T&Cs: Book in advance on The Botanist website here

Find out how Jack Whitehall has ‘Settle(d) Down’

First Direct Arena, Arena Way, Leeds city centre

The offer: Award winning comedian, actor and writer Jack Whitehall has said that this will be his most “personal” tour to date for two nights in Leeds this weekend – and tickets are discounted for a limited time.

Cost: £25 each exclusively through Ticketmaster

T&Cs: Friday 16 and Saturday 17 June only, full terms on Ticketmaster

Bespoke Father’s Day meal from Simon Jewitt and Nyetimber

Inside Crafthouse, Trinity Shopping Centre, Leeds

The offer: Exclusive Father’s Day meal with dishes including chicken and ham hock terrine, pork saltimbocca and cod schnitzel

Cost: £40 per person

T&Cs: Served only on Sunday 18 June, 2pm-4:45pm, book in advance

Find out more here.

Games galore at Roxy Ball Room

Merrion Street / Boar Lane, Leeds city centre

Image: The Hoot Leeds

The offer: Sundays are off-peak times at Roxy Ball Rooms, so you can choose from ping pong, beer pong, shuffleboard, bowling, ice-free curling and more – all available with up to 20% off on Sundays.

Cost: depends on games and site

T&Cs: Book in advance to avoid disappointment

Find out more here.

Find out where it all went a bit Pete Tong

Temple Newsam, Newsam Road, Leeds

Image: Gigantic

The offer: No special offers here, but the chance to see legendary Pete Tong is available on Father’s Day itself. The DJ will be taking to the decks once more to bring a taste of Ibiza to Leeds.

Cost: Tickets are still available via See Tickets, priced at £51.75 each and available here

T&Cs: See See Tickets for the full details

Sunday Roast with Peroni and fizz

Inside The Roundhay Fox, Roundhay

Images: The Roundhay Fox

The offer: The Roundhay Fox says “And because being the centre of attention is thirsty work, we’ll also pour one of his favourite drinks: A chilled pint of Peroni or Peroni Alcohol Free, or a glass of celebratory fizz. Only the best on his big day.”

Cost: £25.95 for the three course set menu

T&Cs: Served on Sunday 18 June

Forest School and Art Club

Harewood House, Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LG

The offer: There’s loads of events across Father’s Day weekend at Harewood House, including lawn games, a ‘Harewood-inspired tacos’ taco bar, Forest School and plenty of arts and crafts workshops

Cost: Prices vary from free to around £5 each

T&Cs: See the Harewood website for more details

Feature Image – Harewood House

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