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  • Caitlin Wall, Audience Development Coordinator
  • Harewood House Trust

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Did you know?

Harewood is one of the Treasure Houses of England, set in the heart of rural Yorkshire. With rolling ‘Capability’ Brown landscapes, an impressive art collection including works by JMW Turner & El Greco, renaissance masterpieces, exquisite Thomas Chippendale furniture and fabulous Robert Adam interiors, all combined with 100 acres of award-winning Gardens and a renowned lakeside Bird Garden, Harewood really does offer something for every group.

Group Visits

Groups of 15 or more that pre-book benefit from our reduced group rates. The following prices include entry to all attractions at Harewood – the State Rooms, Below Stairs, Terrace Gallery, Gardens, Bird Garden and Grounds. Group organisers are admitted free of charge and as well as free entry and dedicated coach parking, the driver will receive a refreshment voucher to use in our Courtyard Cafe.

For further information on School, College or University visits, please click here or contact learn@harewood.org.


Adult: £12
Student/Child: £6

Weekends and Bank Holidays:

Adult: £13
Student/Child: £7


Why not see the best of what Harewood has to offer and book a guided tour with our expert guides? We offer a range of tours and experiences to suit all interests across the House, Bird Garden and Gardens.  Please note that tours need to be pre-booked in advance. 

Afternoon Tea in 2019

Should you wish to book refreshments for your guests, we have a wide variety of delicious options. For 2019 we are also excited to open the Billiard Room for Afternoon Tea. This will provide group visitors with an entirely new experience, allowing them to enjoy a selection of delicate finger sandwiches, homemade scones, cakes and sweet treats – brought together of course by a pot of tea or coffee. Please see the menus for more information. 

Useful/Beautiful: Why Craft Matters

“Why does craft matter?” is the question the inaugural Harewood Biennial seeks to answer when it launches at Harewood House in March 2019. The exhibition Useful/Beautiful: Why Craft Matters, aims to challenge preconceptions, spark interest and inspire debate about the role craft can play in culture, identity and society.

Curated by design critic Hugo Macdonald, the works of over twenty-five diverse British makers will be on show; from fashion, textiles, woodwork, glass, metalwork, furniture, papercraft and lacquer, this is a multi-generational overview of excellence in craft today. With works from Juli Bolanos-Durman, Anthony Burrill, Hiut Denim, Reiko Kaneko and Yinka Ilori, each exhibitor has been selected to highlight the breadth and importance of craft across contemporary culture. In addition, there will be three site specific installations by renowned British designers, each with a signature approach, demonstrating craftsmanship in a different way.


We’re delighted that Harewood will open for Christmas this year between 23rd November – 5th January (excluding 25th & 26th December). The House and grounds will be decorated in this year’s festive theme with opportunities for shopping, food, special tours and much more.