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Harewood House

West Yorkshire

50% off entry and exhibitions

Home to the Earl and Countess of Harewood, this superb Robert Adam palace houses Old Master paintings, family portraits and modern art.

Harewood presents an engaging blend of old and new. The Robert Adam interiors, updated by Charles Barry in 1843 under the watchful eye of Lady Louisa Harewood, house an outstanding Old Master collection in addition to more recent work. The period furnishings, including several Adam-Chippendale masterpieces, sit alongside bold modern touches, including a giant Epstein sculpture of Adam in the entrance hall.

The house has enjoyed a special relationship with contemporary artists throughout its history, hanging work by artists including JMW Turner, John Varley, John Piper and photographer Roger Fenton.

Drawing on these rich historic associations as inspiration, Harewood continues this tradition today with a programme of temporary exhibitions, talks, workshops and courses throughout the year.


Permanent collection

The Gallery at Harewood, which overlooks the terrace and the Capability Brown-landscaped grounds, contains one of the best privately owned Old Master collections in the country, including works by Bellini, Cima, Titian, Veronese and El Greco.

Harewood House

Harewood, Leeds, West Yorkshire, LS17 9LG

01132 181 010

Website

Opening times

Mar-Nov: Daily, 10am–6pm.

See website for full details of house, garden and park opening times.

Harewood runs special event days such as The Great British Food Festival and VW Festival where standard entry does not apply. Please check the website before visiting.

With a National Art Pass you get

50% off entry and exhibitions
£15
£7.50
Standard entry price

Price displayed is based on a standard venue entry price. Prices may vary according to ticket type and entry day/time.

Price correct at time of publication.

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