Car-free offer: 50% off with bus ticket *

Getting toHarewood Housecar-free

1 At a glance

  • take the train to Leeds
  • hop on the frequent bus to Harewood
  • free shuttle bus or stroll up the drive
  • enjoy 50% off with your bus ticket!

2 Step-by-step

There are direct trains to Leeds from throughout the north of England and beyond.

Train times and prices

From Leeds station it's a 10-15 walk to the bus stop on New Briggate - see map

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Bus 36 to Harewood leaves from New Briggate (Stop N1). The comfortable and frequent buses take just 30 minutes.

  • Bus times from:
    Leeds, New Briggate (stop N1)

There's a free shuttle bus from the main entrance up the drive to Harewood House (phone 0113 218 1010 to arrange collection), or it's a 15-20 minute walk - see map

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Bus 36 also runs to Harewood from Harrogate bus station (Stand 7). And bus 923 runs from Wetherby and Otley to Harewood, Monday to Saturday.

  • Bus times from:
    Harrogate (stand 7)

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.

  • County: West Yorkshire
  • Address: Harewood House, Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LG
  • Refreshments: Cafe and tearooms
  • * Car-free offer: 50% off when you come by bus

3 Plan your car-free journey

Reverse Route

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.

  • County: West Yorkshire
  • Address: Harewood House, Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LG
  • Refreshments: Cafe and tearooms
  • * Car-free offer: 50% off when you come by bus
Bike routes

National Route 668 runs from Leeds to Black Moor. From there it’s a hilly 6-mile road cycle to Harewood – here’s the route.

Handy Tips

Add Plusbus Leeds to your train ticket and get return bus travel from Leeds to Harewood for £4.

If you’re coming from York (or to avoid the half-mile walk between train and bus in Leeds) take the train to Harrogate, where the 36 bus stop is two minutes walk from the station.

Member of Historic Houses

Look out for the Good Journey Mark – where car-free visitors are welcome and enjoy a discount

Visit car-free in 2019!