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Harewood House, Leeds

Categories: Architectural Buildings, Historic Sites, Tourist Spots
Inspirock Rating:
3.7/5 based on 700+ reviews on the web
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. Choose to start, finish, or center your holiday on a trip to Harewood House by using our Leeds vacation trip planner.
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  • We were really looking forward to Harewood lucky for us the October sun was shining, enjoyed the grounds did lots of walking and the church is interesting loved looking at the old gravestones from the...  read more »
  • I went to Harewood with my wife, Jacqueline. We went to the below stairs and saw all the old fashioned plates and kitchen ware. We enjoyed the lots of different birds in the bird garden. We read the i...  read more »
  • We enjoyed the visit but ripped off at the terrace cafe. Sandwiches were dried out and tea over £2.50 per cup. A short walk to courtyard and tea only £1.80. The zoo was poor and animals and birds look...  read more »
  • Brilliant day out. Huge gardens and plenty to do for all the family. Talks and feeding of animals for the children. House is beautiful and well preserved with informative staff. Play area is large and fantastic with plenty of picnic opportunities. Pricing is a bit steep but annual membership is reasonable if you plan to revisit.
  • Great play area, gardens are lovely and the birds are great with kids. Single visits can be expensive, recommend an annual pass if you are local.
  • Went here for the first time for The Great British Food Festival. I must admit the grounds look beautiful and I am definitely coming back for another look to see more of it.
  • Relative place for all activities. Lovely gardens and bird house. Incredible place.
  • Tried to book online for a sunny morning, spontaneous trip to join some family who were going anyway. 48hrs notice required to receive online discount, not very modern. Had to telephone to understand this too, info online poor.
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