Temple Newsam is one of the most admired historic houses in the north of England. Famous as the birthplace of Lord Darnley, infamous husband of Mary Queen of Scots, Temple Newsam is a truly stunning stately home.
Temple Newsam houses spectacular collections of paintings, furniture, silver, Leeds pottery, ceramics, textiles and wallpapers. It is designated as a museum with outstanding collections. The house presents a regular programme of exhibitions highlighting the rich collections of fine and decorative arts which adorn the three storeys of the Tudor-Jacobean mansion. Events include weekly special tours, 'Hidden Temple Newsam'- a tour of cellars, underground passages and servant quarters - and a range of children's activities.
The house is set witin 1500 acres of beautiful parkland landscaped by the famous designer Lancelot 'Capability' Brown in the 18th century. Home Farm has over 400 pigs, cattle, sheep, goats and poultry. Visitors can explore life on the farm during feeding times and taking part in traditional craft demonstrations.
House and Farm
(20% discount with a Leeds Card/ Breeze Card except for family tickets)
*Family ticket includes two adults and up to three children
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