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Welcome to the new harewood.org

Harewood House from the North

It gives us great pleasure to welcome you to our new website. After several years of dedicated service we decided to retire our old site and upgrade to what you see today.

There’s an endless supply of fascinating content here at Harewood. Our ambition for the new harewood.org is to inspire great days out through bright imagery and accessible information. From medieval history to adventure playgrounds there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Our hope is that this new website will appeal to families, art collectors, gardeners, wildlife fans, film makers, foodies and everything in between. We want you to access information about Harewood that interests you, when you want it, how you want it.

The art and collections at Harewood make up a significant part of the educational charitable trust. Our hope is that the new website will allow experts and novices alike to see how incredible the collections here really are. From Thomas Chippendale to Lord Linley, JMW Turner to Sidney Nolan, Harewood has a long history of art patronage that we want to share. We will be updating and managing this information continuously as collections change and develop.

The Bird Garden is a firm favourite with our visitors. Our new-look website aims to give Harewood’s exotic and native species a platform. Conservation is at the heart of that message and we plan to develop this content further as we go through the year.

A special thank you to Piper and Sam from Approach for all their efforts in creating this site. The team has worked hard to build what you see today and we have a great many ideas for future development. We’ve tried to ensure everything is accurate however if you do spot an error please email website@harewood.org.

We hope that you like the progress so far. If you do, recommend the website to a friend and help us shout about all things Harewood!

Tell Us What You Think:

If you have time we’d love to know what you think of the new site. We have five quick questions to ask on a brief survey you can access here.