Harewood House Trust, Harewood House
Harewood, Leeds LS17 9LG
0113 218 1000
Harewood is open 7 days a week.
|The House||11am to 4pm|
|Terrace Tearoom||11am to 4pm|
Last entry to the House is 3.15pm
|Gardens and Grounds||10am to 6pm|
|Woodland Wonderland||10am to 6pm|
|Adventure Playground||10am to 6pm|
|Farm Experience||10am to 5pm|
|Courtyard Café||10am to 5.30pm|
|Courtyard Shop||10am to 5.30pm|
|Secondhand Bookshop||10.30am to 4.30pm|
|Bothy Teahouse*||10.30am to 4.30pm|
Last entry to the Grounds is 5pm
Last entry to the Farm Experience is 4.45pm
* may not be able to open in adverse weather
Book online and save
Buy your tickets online in advance to get the best price. Prices vary by date.
Visitors travelling to Harewood by bus can show a valid bus ticket – paper or mobile – on arrival and get 50% off the price of general entry. Please note that this offer can’t be pre-booked, or used in conjunction with any other offer.
Gardens: Italianate Terrace, Himalayan Garden, Lakeside + West Garden
Please note that the Bird Garden is now closed to the public.
Read our statement for further information >>
Upgrade to Membership
Join as a Member within 7 days of your visit and we’ll take your day ticket price off the Membership fee. Drop in to the Courtyard Visitor Information Centre to find out more.
Please note that promotional offers are not valid on Bank Holidays or event days unless organised with the event provider.
We are currently accepting all active promotions. Pre-booking is advised and please apply the relevant promotional code at checkout.
Find out more about dogs at Harewood here.
Special Event Days
Harewood runs several special event days throughout the year where ticketing and prices may be different from usual entry. Please check What’s On before your visit, and buy your ticket in advance. If you have any questions about specific event days, please contact the Visitor Experience Team on 0113 218 1000 for more details.
We run a volunteer-led complimentary shuttle service for those requiring mobility assistance.
Our Shuttle can take you from the main entrance to the House, Courtyard and the Church.
Please see our access page for up-to-date access information.
There is an excellent bus service from Leeds and Harrogate. Find out how to get here by train, bus, bike and foot at Good Journey.
Please note, this promotional offer is not valid on event days. Bus routes:
No 36 to Harewood from Leeds and Harrogate runs every 15 minutes during the day Monday to Saturday, and every 30 minutes during the day on Sunday. For more details please call Harrogate and District on 01423 566061 or click here to visit their website – harrogatebus.co.uk
No 923 runs daily (except Sunday) and operates from Otley to Tadcaster via Wetherby. For more details please call Metro on 0113 245 7676. Alternatively, you can visit the Traveline Website for impartial information on planning your journey by bus, coach, train, or any combination of the three.
Our nearest rail stations are Leeds and Harrogate. Taxis and bus connections are available.
You can plan your journey here.
The village of Harewood is centrally placed in Yorkshire at the junction of the A61/A659 on the Leeds/Harrogate road.
Harewood has ample free parking. We are situated:
7 miles from Leeds and Harrogate on the A61
5 miles from Wetherby and the A1
22 miles from York
9 miles from Leeds/Bradford airport
8 miles from the M1
You may wish to use a route planner – our postcode is LS17 9LG, although Sat Nav users are recommended to try LS17 9LQ as this will bring you straight to the main Archway entrance to Harewood off the A61.
If you’re travelling to the region and Harewood House is a part of your itinerary, then you may need a place to stay. There are some great accommodation options within easy reach.
A selection of self-catering properties set within the surroundings of Harewood Estate. The Grade II Listed buildings provide easy (walking) access to Harewood House and are available for short or long stays. Find out more about Harewood Holidays >>
Leeds + Harrogate
Harewood is a 15-20 minute drive north of Leeds and south of Harrogate, both of which have a great range of hotels, B+Bs and self-catering options alongside diverse restaurants and cultural offers. Visit Leeds and Destination Harrogate can help you find somewhere great to stay.