About Temple Newsam
Come and explore one of the great country houses of England set within a Capability Brown landscape surrounded by beautiful parkland which includes a working rare breed’s farm.
Famous as the birth place of Lord Darnley, notorious husband of Mary Queen of Scots, Temple Newsam House is a truly impressive Tudor-Jacobean mansion. Described as one of the best in Britain and beautifully restored to its former glory, it is now home to one of the most important collections of decorative arts in Britain.
Temple Newsam has so much to offer visitors. Come and view the stunning collections, see a variety of rare breed animals, wander around the beautiful gardens, enjoy some leisure time and book our football pitches, or enjoy a round of golf, walk in the woods to discover the folly and explore the bridle paths. Visit the shop and take afternoon tea in the café.
A visit to the estate is an enjoyable day out for all the family!Read Less
Group (15+): £4.00
Max Card holders have free general admission.
Leeds Card: 20% discount for all Leeds card and Breezecard holders except for family ticket. Make sure you have your card with you.
Children under 5 have free admission!
Family ticket is 2 adults + 3 children or 1 adult + 4 children up to the age of 16, excluding children under 5, who are free.
|Recommended Time:||1 - 2 hours|
|Opening Times:||Monday: The House is closed; the Farm and Tea Rooms are open during summer time and school holidays only. |
Summer opening times:
Tuesday-Sunday: The House: 10:30am-17:00pm
The Farm: 10:00am-17:00pm
Tea Rooms: 10:30am-16:30pm (17:30 on Saturdays and Sundays)
Winter Opening Times
Tuesday-Sunday: The House: 10:30am-16:00pm
The Farm: 10:00am-16:00pm
Tea Rooms: 10:30am-16:00pm.
Last admission is 45 minutes before closing. The House, Farm and Cafe are open during bank holidays, excluding Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day
|Indoors / Outdoors:||Indoors|