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Visit Harewood House car-free
Frequent buses run direct from Leeds and Harrogate to Harewood village. Then it’s a 20-minute stroll through the grounds to Harewood House, or you can call for free pick-up: 0113 218 1010. Trains and buses run to Leeds and Harrogate from around the country. Use journey planner above to get train and bus times and walking routes.
Enjoy 50% off entry to Harewood House when you show a valid bus ticket/voucher.
Discounted tickets cannot be pre-booked on the website. Buy your ticket at the gate on the day – showing a valid bus ticket or Transdev Treat voucher (available from your bus driver).
You’ll need to be fairly fit to reach Harewood by bike. From Leeds you can follow National Route 668 as far as Black Moor, from where it’s a hilly 6-mile cycle along roads to Harewood. National Routes 66/67 pass through Wetherby, 7 miles from Harewood. Plan your cycle route here.
There are taxi ranks at Leeds and Harrogate train stations.
About Harewood House
Harewood sits in the heart of Yorkshire and is one of the Treasure Houses of England. A majestic house built in the 18th century, it has art collections to rival the finest in Britain and presents each year an interesting programme of events, activities, workshops and contemporary art exhibitions.
Visitors can explore more than 120 acres of gardens and parkland, with impressive formal gardens, a lakeside walk and a vegetable and plant-rich Walled Garden. There is also a fascinating Bird Garden with some rare species, including the beloved penguins, a Farm Experience and numerous enjoyable places to eat and relax.
For any queries about visiting contact Harewood House on 0113 218 1010 or email@example.com
Address: Harewood House, Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LG. Visit Website