Temple Newsam is home to the site of an incredible country house mansion that has over 500 years of incredible history! Discover the hidden treasures that the households and learn about its past residents – see the birthplace of Lord Danely, the notorious husband of Mary Queen of Scots, and find amazing collections and special exhibitions as well as everything from digital and fine art to music and theatre! You can even dress up and immersive yourself fully into the history of the building.
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Not only can you get a glimpse of history around the house, but you can also visit the cobbled yards and outbuildings of Home Farm, where you can get up close to piglets, geese, guinea pigs and loads more! Learn what life was like working on the farm to get the full experience. You can also take a relaxing stroll through the beautiful nature trails, perfect for cycling and horse riding too!
It’s the perfect place for a family day out too, as you can let the kids run wild in the adventure playground, while you enjoy a few rounds of golf! There are 18 holes and scenic woodland views making this a great day out, full of variety. Don’t forget to stop off in the tearoom and have a browse through the gift shop before you go. So, what are you waiting for? Add Temple Newsam to your Stack today!
- Temple Newsam House | Adult – £7.75 | Child – £3.30 | Family – £18.50
- Home Farm | Adult – £4.20 | £2.90 | £11.45
- Tuesday – Sunday | 11:00 – 16:00
- Gift shop
- Car park
- Check out the video below for a brief history of the estate!