The estate encompasses 600 hectares (1500 acres) of parkland, farmland, woodland, and gardens. Many of the fine vistas and landscape features created in the 18th century can still be seen today and if you look closely there are other survivals from earlier garden designs.
The gardens today provide for all tastes and seasons, from informal spring bulbs in drifts throughout the park to the classic formal rose beds of the walled garden. The park is renowned for its spectacular rhododendron walk and holds several national plant collections.
Visitor Facilities - Admission Charges
Temple Newsam House
Adult (over 16)
Child (aged 5-16)
Child under 5
Family Ticket (2 adults and up to 3 children)
Leeds card holders have free entry to House and Farm.
Parking charges :
House Car Park : Cars £3.50, Coaches £20, car annual pass £15
All other car parks are free.
Summer : 10.30-5.00 Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays except bank holidays & occasional events.
Winter : 10.30-4.00 Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays except bank holidays & occasional events, Christmas day, Boxing Day and New Years day.
0113 264 7321
Summer : 10.00-5.00 Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays except bank holidays & occasional events.
Winter: 10.00-4.00 Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays and Christmas day.
0113 264 5535
Tea Room :
Summer : Monday to Friday 10.30-5.00, Saturday and Sunday 10.30-5.30.
Winter : 10.30-4.15 Tuesday to Sunday. Closed Mondays, except school holidays.
0113 260 2453
Opening times can be subject to seasonal variation. If travelling a considerable distance, please check opening times before your visit.
Where to buy your Tickets
Tickets are available for the House and the Farm at the Stable Courtyard Shop.
Temple Newsam Road
off Selby Road
Members of Mandy who have worked for Temple Newsam