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Harewood House, Leeds

3.9
#3 of 27 in Historic Sites in Leeds
Architectural Building · Hidden Gem · Historic Site
This stately, 18th-century home surprises visitors with its displays of contemporary art. At Harewood House, you can also visit the tearooms and family quarters for examples of original Chippendale furnishings or take the little ones along to visit the on-site mini zoo and play area. No indoor photography is permitted, but bring your camera to capture the deer and red kites among the walled gardens. The estate hosts many outdoor festivals. Check to see what’s scheduled during your visit. Ask Inspirock to suggest an itinerary and make planning a trip to Leeds fast, fun, and easy.
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  • A very full day so many things to see and do. We enjoyed the tour of the house and the connection with ST Vincent was fascinating. One niggle, we are not good with mobile phone apps and we would...  more »
  • Such a beautiful place. The house and gardens are pristine. They views are fantastic and lots of relaxing walks to take.  more »
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  • Try the Alpaca walking!! I have been a member of Harewood for a few years now, it's a magnificent area with stunning sites.  I truly love how they mix up the events making it a different experience each time.  Great food and perfect place for couples, families and friends!! One of the new options is alpaca walking. By far on of the best experience ever! Such adorable animals and the fantastic expertise of Francesca made the experience all the more magical!!
  • Harewood House is magnificent! There is a guide in every room and they are very knowledgeable, making the visit interesting. The gardens are beautiful, even the walled garden over the lake, where they also grow their own produce. This can be reached by the little ferry, when operational, as well as by the well-maintained lake path. In fact the whole estate is very well cared for as are all the fine gardens. There are various places for light meals and teas, or you can take your own picnic to the area next to, and inside, the walled garden. There is a complimentary shuttle bus and a number of convenient toilets. 20/8/2019
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