Harewood HouseCurrently Open [Closes at 04:00 pm]
- Address: Harewood, Leeds, West Yorkshire LS17 9LG, United Kingdom
- Timings: 10:00 am - 04:00 pm Details
- Phone: +44-1132181010
- Ticket Price: 15 GBP
- Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
- Tags: Art And Culture, Art Gallery, Outdoors, Garden, Play Ground, Historical Site, Tourist Center, Family And Kids, Heritage Building
Situated within “capability” Brown designed landscape, this historic Georgian property offers breathtaking views from its terraces. Inside the house, you can see rare Chippendale furniture and exquisite interior designs in the State Rooms. Also, do take out time to explore the corridors Below Stairs. Constructed during 1759 – 1772, the Harewood House is the seat of the Earl and Countess of Harewood. The house today retains much of its original splendor and enchants people with its grandeur.
As you enter inside the rooms, you shall come across extensive art collections, from El Greco, JMW Turner, and Joshua Reynolds to Epstein, Sidney Nolan and Gaudier-Brzeska. Apart from the main house, you can also enjoy around its 32 acre lake and rolling hills with views from the formal Italian Terrace that are certainly not to be missed.
This marvelous county house has something for everyone, with lots of space to run around, a massive adventure playground, penguins, flamingos, the kids can think of spending a fabulous day ahead.
- The State Floor, Below Stairs, Terrace Gallery and Cafe will be closed during the Winter Weekends.
- Senior Citizens: £ 13.50
- Child/Student: £ 7.50
- Family: £ 40.00
- Members Free
Grounds & Below Stairs tickets include entry to the Bird Garden, the Gardens & Grounds and Below Stairs.
- Adult : £10.50
- Senior Citizen : £9.50
- Child/student : £6.50
- Family : £30.00
If you wish to visit the State Rooms during your visit as a Grounds & Below Stairs guest, you may upgrade your ticket at the House Desk.
- Adult : £5.00
- Senior Citizen : £5.00
- Child/student : £3.00
- Family : £12.00
- Below Stairs: 11 am - 4 pm
- Terrace Gallery: 11 am - 4 pm
- Terrace Café: 11 am - 4:30 pm
- Gardens, grounds and adventure playground: 11 am - 5:30 pm
- Bird Garden: 11 am - 5:30 pm
- Last admission to the House is at 15:30.
- Last admission to the Bird Garden is at 17:00.
- Bus Route : No. 36 to Harewood from Leeds and Harrogate
- Nearest Rail stations are Leeds and Harrogate
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72.05% of people who visit Leeds include Harewood House in their plan
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45.45% of people start their Harewood House visit around 09 AM - 10 AM
People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Harewood House
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A lovely place. Nice gardens and a new addition of a free ferry ride across the lake. Great climbing frame for bigger kids. However, it is really quite expensive. Two adults and a four year old is around £30!!! So although it's a nice afternoon out and there's a fair bit to see - penguins, donkeys etc, I really don't feel it's worth the money.
Good place to visit it in most weathers (except rain). There is a large range of activities for all ages. They seem to be constantly improving accessibility and the estate itself. The most recent addition is a new shuttle to replace the old one for people who walked or caught a bus there. They also will shuttle you around if you need for no extra cost. My favourite new addition is a nice chain ferry across the lake to the walled garden. While I am young fit and healthy it's quite nice to take in the sights as you go across the lake.
Great house to have a noesy around. Lovely gardens too, extensive. Boat trips, island, bird garden with all kinds of birds to look at. Amazing play area for the kids too. You can easy spend an entire afternoon or more here and staff are friendly and there's a cafe (2 actually) with seats outside with a beautiful view of the garden and landscape. Totally recommend a visit.
Lovely to step back in time. Beautiful house and grounds. Can’t wait to see Christmas decorations again and enjoy coffee and cake on the balcony. Just love this place A membership very well worth having or gifting. Christmas coming up or even birthdays
The house itself (not the Below Stairs section, which is good in its own right) is grand and perhaps bigger than you'd expect. The cafe near the penguins does really good food at a reasonable price. I'd also recommend getting the ferry across to the walled garden but but walking back around via the Himalayan garden.
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Is Harewood Hall accessible for wheelchair users please ?Answer Report Abuse
Hi Jan. Harewood House is wheelchair accessible. But, I would suggest you call on 44 (0)113 218 1010 to get details about it before visiting.Report Abuse