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Harewood House, Leeds, West Yorkshire

Harewood House
West Yorkshire

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Harewood House, magnificent Yorkshire home of the Earl and Countess of Harewood, designed by John Carr and completed in 1772 with exquisite interiors by Robert Adam.

Collections include English 18th Century and Italian Renaissance masterpieces, Chippendale furniture, fine porcelain, Royal photographs/memorabilia of Lord Harewood's mother HRH the Princess Mary, the Princess Royal. A new permanent exhibition 'Below Stairs: Harewood's Hidden Collections' explores the lives and stories of those who contributed to the daily running of this large country house.

Special events include open air concerts, car rallies and children's events, plus regularly changing exhibitions in the Watercolour Rooms.


Tourist Info Number: 0871 716 2567
Contact Name for Groups: Rachael Dalby
Catering: Cafe and Refreshment Kiosks

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