Temple Newsam is a Tudor estate containing a Tudor-Jacobean house and landscaped grounds, the estate is situated in Leeds, England. The building's fame came from it being the birthplace of the notorious husband of Mary the Queen of Scots, Lord Darnley. The house is home to one of the most important collections of decorative arts in England. A rare breed farm also exists on the site along with park and woodlands for people to explore.
The estate is situated in the south of the city of Leeds. The best option for getting there is by car, with on-site parking available. The closest railway station is Leeds station which is 4 miles away. You, however, get the number 10 bus from Leeds bus station.
Opening Times and Admission
There is plenty to do at the estate, visit the art collection, rare animals farm or walk around the landscaped estate. The estate is open from Tuesday to Sunday 10.30am-5pm for the house and 10am-4pm for the farm. Entrance is set at £9.50 for adults and £4.50 for children with family tickets available as well.