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Museums at Night

15 May 2014Free for members

A taste of France comes to Harewood with a French inspired Museums at Night. Discover the magnificent new exhibition In Pursuit of the Exquisite: Royal Sèvres, from Versailles to Harewood, listen to live music played on our Steinway Grand Piano, uncover secrets of French cuisine in the Old Kitchen and hear fascinating talks from Harewood’s experts on the State Floor. End your evening in style as the sun begins to … Read more

Talks & Tours

Members’ Only Bluebell Walk

7 May 2014Members only

With acres of unspoiled woodland, Harewood is a wonderful place to enjoy spring bluebells. On the 7th May, join Trevor our Head Gardener at 6pm as he guides members across parts of the Estate often closed the public. Study footwear is a requirement of this talk. Please call the Visitor Services Team on 0113 218 1010 for more details and to book your places. Read more

Events

May Bank Holiday at Harewood

3 – 5 May 2014Free for members

With Rhododendrons in full bloom and those extra day out of the office, May is the wonderful time to explore our grounds and gardens. Over the bank holiday, why not enjoy a peaceful walk through the Himalayan Garden and a fresh scone in the Courtyard. There are some great family trails to enjoy, penguin feeding, visually exciting exhibitions, House tours and so much more. Call our information centre for full … Read more

Talks & Tours

Members Only Seasonal Garden Talks

1 May 2014Members only

Monthly members’ only talks by Trevor Nicholson our Head Gardener, will take place each month. The first event will be held on 1st May from 6pm in the Courtyard. Pre-booking is essential and spaces are limited. Please contact the Visitor Services Team on 0113 218 1010 for more details and check the website for future dates. Read more

Exhibitions

In Pursuit of the Exquisite: Royal Sèvres from Versailles to Harewood

18 April – 2 November 2014Free for members

The Sèvres factory opened in 1740, survived the turmoil of the French Revolution, and is still manufacturing porcelain today.  At a certain moment in history their exquisite wares were among the most desirable and sought after objects in Europe, obsessively collected by aristocratic and royal patrons. In the second half of the 18th century the story of Sèvres is entwined with that of some of their most famous … Read more

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