We are a 5-10 minute walk through the University of Leeds campus from the
Parkinson Building on Woodhouse Lane. With your back to the Parkinson Building
steps, turn right and right again under the archway. From here we are easily
signposted across campus to the crossroads at Moorland Road and Clarendon Road.
From there, turn left down Clarendon Road and we are the second turning on the
right, into the Western Campus where you’ll see the Michael Marks Building
ahead of you (we're opposite the Business School - the old Leeds Grammar
There are lots of campus maps dotted around the entrances to the University so
it’s easy to find your way. Use these to check for directions and make sure
you’re on course; we’re shown as the Michael Marks Building, on the Western
Campus, no. 13 on the map.
Our nearest train station is Leeds City Station. We’re a 30 minute walk or
just 5 minutes in a taxi. If you're walking, use Leeds City Council's map
and the signs in the city centre.
You can get the No 56 bus from stop G6 on Eastgate or stop L2 on Woodhouse Lane to the Leeds University Business School on Moorland Road. When you get off the bus, keep the Business School on your right and follow the road back towards Clarendon Road crossroads. Turn right at the crossroads and we are the second path on the right, into the Western Campus. Alternatively, you can get the No 1 bus from stop Z1 on Bishopgate Street outside the train station, or stop J3 on Woodhouse Lane. Get off at the Parkinson Building and then simply follow the On Foot instructions above.
For current travel information please check www.wymetro.com/BusTravel before travelling.
We have parking spaces for Disabled Blue Badge holders. We can't offer parking for visitors unless they hold a Blue Badge. There are also several 4-hour limited parking spaces close to the Michael Marks Building on Woodsley Road.
If you're using a Sat Nav, please enter the postcode LS2 9LP.
Free weekend parking is available for our visitors on the Western Campus. The entrance is off Clarendon Road, just press the buzzer at the barrier and say you have come to visit the M&S Company Archive. Please note we are only open on Saturdays for special events and closed on Sundays.
Click here for a more detailed guide to the University of Leeds campus
For a full details on our facilities and services please see our Access Statement.
If you would like to book a group visit, arrange to use the Reading Room or if you have a question about M&S history please get in touch.
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