Temple Newsam

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  • Address: Temple newsam Road, Leeds LS15 0AE, United Kingdom
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  • Timings: 10:30 am - 05:00 pm Details
  • Phone: +44-1133367560
  • Ticket Price: 7 GBP
  • Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
  • Tags: Art And Culture, Outdoors, Garden, Historical Site, Family And Kids, Nature, Heritage Building

Structured in an impressive Tudor- Jacobean fashion, Temple Newsam mansion is set within 1500 acres of enticing parklands, housing rare breed farm and displaying a rich history through its 500 years old country mansion. As you enter inside the mansion, you will come across some of the finest decorative art treasures.The place is also famous as the birth place of Lord Darnley, the notorious husband of Mary Queen of Scots. Restoring its deep annals of history, the place is a must visit for those who wish to spend their times amidst history, nature and culture. You can also wander around the beautiful gardens, enjoy some leisure time, play golf, and walk in the woods to discover the dense paths.

There is also a shop from where you can sample souvenirs and take afternoon tea in the café.

Temple Newsam Travel Tips

  • There are a number of car parks available at Temple Newsam for visitors, most of which have designated disabled parking bays.
  • Tickets are valid for the entire day on which they are purchased.

Entrance Ticket Details For Temple Newsam

  • Adult : House- £5.00 , Farm- £3.60
  • Child : House- £ 2.50 , Farm- £ 2.30 , House and farm- £ 3.90 Children under 5 years are free. 
  • Admission to the House is free to members of the Leeds Art Fund, Friends of Leeds City Museums, HHA members and the National Arts Collection Fund. 
  • Family: Admission to the House is free to members of the Leeds Art Fund, Friends of Leeds City Museums, HHA members and the National Arts Collection Fund. 
  • Leeds Card: House: £ 4.00 Farm £ 2.90 House and farm £ 5.90.

Temple Newsam Hours

  • Summers (March- October): The House: 10.30 - 17:00, The Farm: 10:00 - 17:00, Tea Rooms: 10:00 - 16:30 (17.30 on Saturdays and Sundays).
  • Winters (November- March): The House: 10.30 - 16:00, The Farm: 10:00 - 16:00, Tea Rooms: 10.30 - 16:00.
  • The House, Farm and cafe are open on bank holidays.
  • The House is shut on Mondays. The Farm and Tea Rooms are open on Mondays during summer time school holidays only.

How to Reach Temple Newsam

  • The number 10 bus runs directly to Temple Newsam House.
  • The nearest train station is Cross Gates, located 1.5 miles away.

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  • Temple Newsam Address: Temple newsam Road, Leeds LS15 0AE, United Kingdom
  • Temple Newsam Contact Number: +44-1133367560
  • Temple Newsam Timing: 10:30 am - 05:00 pm
  • Temple Newsam Price: 7 GBP
  • Best time to visit Temple Newsam(preferred time): 11:00 am - 03:00 pm
  • Time required to visit Temple Newsam: 02:00 Hrs
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  • 19.7% of people who visit Leeds include Temple Newsam in their plan

  • 58.18% of people start their Temple Newsam visit around 11 AM - 12 PM

  • People usually take around 2 Hrs to see Temple Newsam

Thursday, Friday and Saturday

95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Temple Newsam

People normally club together Nostell Priory and Thackray Museum while planning their visit to Temple Newsam.

* The facts given above are based on traveler data on TripHobo and might vary from the actual figures

Temple Newsam Reviews & Ratings

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    On 29-Jun-2021

    My sister paid for herself and my dad to visit Temple Newsam as a fathers day treat. All went well until, unable to see the tiny writing explaining the exhibits in the dark hall, my sister turned on her mobile phone torch so my dad could see. (He is 83) Immediately, the lady who was supervising the room screamed at them to turn the torch off and proceeded to yell at them in front of the other visitors. My sister said she spoke to them as if they were children in the headmasters office. This upset my dad so much he asked to go home. I have no problem with fragile, historical artefacts being protected but there are ways of speaking to people. This lady ruined the day for my dad, he is still very upset about it. Hope you are happy lady.