We offer a rich and diverse range of opportunities for adult learning, from lectures and talks to hands on practical activities.
Discover Harewood’s Medieval past with a scenic walk and talk from All Saints’ Church to Harewood Castle, or find out more about Harewood’s Red Kite population with Doug Simpson of Yorkshire Red Kites and Project Officer for the original release programme.
In association with the Harrogate and Ripon Beekeepers’ Association, Harewood’s beekeeping demonstrations and taster days help everyone to find out more about bees.
As part of our 2014 season of exhibitions featuring Sevres and Henry Moore, we will have a number of hands on workshops this year including a pottery workshops, Sevres inspired Stitch and Ceramics Embroidery Workshop and a brand new series of morning lectures in a friendly and informal environment. Call our team to find out more and book.
As a Harewood member you can enjoy wonderful experiences you’ll never forget, time and time again. From sunny picnics on the North Front to exclusive talks in the House; our new membership offer … Read more
The Harewood House Trust is an educational charitable trust that relies entirely on its own endeavours to meet its funding needs. Volunteers make a significant contribution in enabling the Trust to … Read more
The Walled Garden is at the far side of the Lake, opposite the Bird Garden and about 20 minutes walk from the Courtyard. It is the oldest garden at Harewood and was already under construction when … Read more