Temple Newsam Park is over 1,500 acres of beautiful landscaping, open fields, woodland walks, lakes, historic buildings and more.
Located in East Leeds and with hundreds of years of history, Temple Newsam has plenty to offer for everybody. Here are just some of the highlights.
Always something to see
It doesn’t matter if it’s the crisp beauty of winter, the blossoming life of springtime, the long summer days or the changing colours of autumn, Temple Newsam has something special to look at.
With changing exhibits in the House, changing displays in the gardens, music festivals and more you’re never short of something to see.
There is a full program of exciting events, tours and workshops at Temple Newsam House and how to get tickets at What’s on at Temple Newsam – Leeds Museums & Galleries
Not just a pretty face
The Home Farm is a working farm, which cares for many animals including some rare breeds, and has a range of exhibits and events throughout the year exploring how farming is done now, and how it was done in the past. The farm even helps supply the on-site café. You can now book tickets for the farm online.
Something for everyone
Temple Newsam is there for everyone, no matter how young or old, or how energetic or relaxed.
If team sports are your thing then Temple Newsam’s sports pitches are the perfect spot for a game. For those who prefer going solo, there’s a track. If you’re seeking a thrill but the idea of running doesn’t suit you, there’s the Go Ape treetops adventure course.
On the other hand, you might prefer a sedate walk. There are miles of paths across the fields and through the woods, past lakes and streams. You might even prefer to stay indoors and explore the rooms of the Tudor-Jacobean mansion house, take in the smells and colours of the formal gardens or greenhouse, or even just relax with a slice of cake at the café.
The best way to experience Temple Newsam is to come and see it for yourself.