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Temple Newsam, Leeds
Categories: Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
Explore Temple Newsam, famous as the birthplace of Lord Darnley, notorious husband of Mary Queen of Scots. Explore this fine example of a Tudor-Jacobean country house and enjoy the surrounding parkland. View the impressive collections, wander around the gardens, walk in the woods, observe a variety of rare animals, book a soccer field, or enjoy a round of golf. Finish up with a visit to the shop and afternoon tea in the cafe. Check in advance to enjoy one of the many events, lectures, workshops and family activities offered. Arrive by bus, train, or car. Parking is available for a fee. To visit Temple Newsam and get the most from your holiday in Leeds, create itinerary details personal to you using our Leeds tour planner.
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Despite living relatively close to Temple Newsham we had not been before. I must say we found the directions a little confusing on the way to the place but we have been told these are being reviewed. ... read more »
Working in Leeds daily I've heard colleagues mention Temple Newsam so thought I'd travel on a weekend from the North East with my family and experience it. We all had a wonderful day, my young childre... read more »
Big house with many unusual and rare items in it. The history details are in all the rooms and a recorded guide can be used. There are a number of friendly, helpful and knowledgeable staff also. There... read more »
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