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If you would like to familiarise yourself with Harewood prior to your visit, please download our Accessibility Guide, Visual Story or our Map.

Access Summary

Please read our full accessibility guide for more details. If you have any questions or if there is any way we can support your visit, please email info@harewood.org or call one of the team on 0113 218 1000.


  • Unfortunately, the wheelchair lift located within the lower part of the House (Below Stairs) is currently out of order due to a fault. We are awaiting parts and sincerely apologise for the inconvenience caused. The State Floor is wheelchair accessible via the wheelchair lift at the front of the House.

Shuttle Service

Harewood has a volunteer-led complimentary shuttle service for those requiring mobility assistance. The shuttle is wheelchair accessible and can take you from the main entrance to the House, Courtyard and Church. If you would benefit from using this service, please ask a member of staff or follow on-site signage.

Please note that as this service is run by volunteers we cannot guarantee that it will be running every day. If the shuttle is not in service during your visit, please notify a member of the team if you require any assistance and we will try to find an alternative.

Wheelchair Hire

Wheelchairs can be hired from the House or Visitor Information in the Courtyard. There are five wheelchairs available to hire daily.

The House

Wheelchair users can access the State Floor using a wheelchair lift at the front of the House. We also have a wheelchair lift Below Stairs, please ask a member of staff if you need any assistance.

Wheelchair users can access the Terrace Tearoom via the Terrace Garden, with the use of a wheelchair ramp. Please ask a member of staff if you need any assistance.


Our admission policy enables essential carers for adults to access Harewood free of charge, whilst the normal membership or admission fee applies to the disabled visitor. All you need to do is pre-book your ticket online and then your carer’s ticket will be issued at the gate.

Prams, Strollers + Bags

Prams and strollers are not allowed on the State Floor or Below Stairs to protect our collections and floors from damage.

Large bags and Suitcases are not permitted in the House and will need to be left in vehicles, or in the Entrance Hall.


What3Words is a location app. Every 3 metre square of the world has been given a unique combination of three words that can be shared with friends and family, emergency services and more to pinpoint locations easily.
We have provided What3Words locations for key areas of our site to help you navigate your visit:

Entrance: ///enveloped.music.intelligible
The House:///turntable.pops.decorator
The Courtyard:///showcases.overruns.design

Dementia-friendly team

Harewood is proud to have over 50 Visitor Experience staff and volunteers who are Dementia Friends. We have joined the UK’s biggest initiative to change the way people think, act and talk about Dementia. Look out for us wearing our blue forget-me-not pin badges.

Hidden disabilities sunflower scheme

Harewood has joined the Sunflower Lanyard scheme for people with hidden disabilities. Not all disabilities are visible –If you have a hidden disability and feel that you would benefit from wearing a Hidden Disabilities Sunflower product while on-site, please pick one up from Visitor Information or Visitor Reception.