Teachers and students are welcome to use Harewood as part of their academic teaching and research. We are always happy to discuss bespoke teaching and learning requirements. We welcome proposals about projects and collaborative programming related to the House, Grounds and Bird Garden.
There is a wealth of opportunity on offer for engaging, informative talks and seminars. Visits can be arranged and must be scheduled before your trip to ensure a comfortable learning experience. Contact our team to find out more.
As an educational trust, Harewood is happy to support research projects. With extensive collections of art, objects and exotic birds, there is a wide variety of subjects to study. Our teams are happy to discuss your potential learning and research proposals.
5 April – 2 November 2014
18 April – 2 November 2014Free for members
23 June – 2 November 2014Free for members
29 August – 2 November 2014Free for members
23 September 2014Discounted for members
21 October 2014Discounted for members
The grounds at Harewood are ideal for watching wild birds attracted by the variety of different habitats – ideal for those birds living and breeding here or just visiting on a seasonal basis. The bird … Read more
Scientific research is an important part of the work of modern zoos. One of the most important but generally hidden areas of work in the Bird Garden is research; projects are managed by the Bird Garden … Read more
Posted 2 April 2012
Student archaeologists on trail of Yorkshire gem's hidden past Archaeologists from the University of York are revealing intriguing traces -- hidden for more than two centuries -- of the forerunner of one of … Read more