Harewood is open every day, 10am–6pm.
On Saturday 27–Monday 29 May, the Great British Food Festival is taking place at Harewood.
Harewood’s Gardens + Grounds 10am–6pm, last entry 5pm
The House 11am–4pm, last entry 3.15pm
Farm Experience 10am–5.30pm, last entry 5pm
Sat 18 Mar – Mon 28 Aug
In the late eighteenth century, the celebrated artist Sir Joshua Reynolds painted many portraits of the Lascelles family. They were a family on the rise, solidifying their status by building Harewood House with profits from the trades in sugar and enslaved people.
Now, marking 300 years since Reynolds’ birth, Harewood is re-examining six of these remarkable portraits to explore the artist’s innovative style and role in constructing power and identity in the age of Empire.
Find out more about our vibrant programme of exhibitions, events and workshops >>
Unfortunately, the wheelchair lift located within the lower part of the House (Below Stairs) is currently out of action 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.
For more information regarding accessibility at Harewood, please visit our Accessibility webpage >>