Tag Archives: Leeds

Quingo Scooters Accessible Getaways: A Day Out In Leeds

Leeds is one of the most exciting and dynamic cities in the UK. Not only is it a great city destination for a day trip or short break, but it is also the beating heart of Yorkshire, arguably one of the country’s most beautiful and diverse counties.

Here, Quingo Scooters, as part of our Accessible Getaways series, dive straight into exploring what the city has to offer.

Exploring Leeds

Whether you’re into shopping, art and culture, outdoor activities, music or eating out at some of the best restaurants in the country (everything from Indian street food to the best tapas this side of Madrid), Leeds really has something for everyone.

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Quingo Scooters Accessible Attractions: Thackray Medical Museum, Leeds

Taking an incredible journey through the history of medicine, the Thackray Medical Museum is a completely unique experience. With 9 interactive galleries, the fascinating exhibitions and collections take you on an incredible journey through historical techniques and advancements in medicine. From watching a surgery restaging from 1823 to walking through Victorian street reconstruction, Thackray Medical Museum transports you into the heart of medical history.

This week, Quingo Scooters is in Leeds to learn all about the history of medicine. Housed in an impressive Victorian building, the history of medical technology is really brought to life at this award-winning venue and is a must for anyone interested in medicine, science or history.

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Visiting the Royal Armouries Museum on your Quingo scooter

The Quingo team encourage our users to get out and about on their scooters, and we highlight some accessible attractions that make it easy for you to visit on your Quingo. This time we’re taking a look around the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds.

The Royal Armouries Museum

Situated in Leeds City Centre’s new development Leeds Dock, the Royal Armouries Museum was built to house a large part of the national collection of arms and armour, and displays over 8,500 objects throughout its six themed galleries: War, Tournament, Oriental, Self-Defence, Hunting, and Peace.

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