Step into a world of enchantment in The Wood Beneath the World at Leeds Town Hall

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The Wood Beneath The World is a large-scale, magical forest installation hidden in the depths of Leeds Town Hall Crypt, which has been growing silently for decades. Its roots and trees have now burst through the floors and walls, and the wood has taken over...

There will also be a pop-up bar with mulled wine, cider, craft beers and soft drinks open 5pm-11pm on weekdays and 11am-11pm on weekends.

The Leeds City Council project has been created by design studio, Lord Whitney whose aim is to plunge visitors into an immersive fantasy world and give them an experience like no other...

The Wood Beneath The World, Leeds Town Hall, until January 10, tickets £8 adults/£6 concessions, family ticket £17.50 with option of Father Christmas visit for £6.50 per child/£3.50 per adult, visit:

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