Temple Newsam House, Leeds Museums and Galleries

Temple Newsam Children in Tudor Costume
Address:
Temple Newsam Road
Off Selby Road Leeds LS15 0AE

Opening Times:

For schools: Tue - Fri 10am - 4pm

 

For public: 

Summer: Tue to Sun 10.30am - 5pm

Winter: Tues - Sun 10.30am - 4pm

last entry 45 mins before close 



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Description:

Recently described as 'The North's best kept secret' by Mark Fisher in his book: Britain's best Museums and Galleries. Temple Newsam is a magnificent Tudor-Jacobean Mansion. Set in 1200-acre park land designed in the 18th Century by Capability Brown, Temple Newsam is also noteworthy as the birth place of Lord Darnley, husband of Mary Queen of Scots.



Contact Details:
General Tel: 0113 264 7321 Education Tel: 0113 390 1082

Learning Programmes:

For further details please visit the main Leeds Museums & Galleries website link above.



Specialisms:

History, Theatre, Art including pottery, silver, porcelain, textiles, furniture, paintings.



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Associated Resources

Chinese Women's Group create textiles

Chinese Women's Group create textiles

Creating a wallhanging inspired by the collections of Temple Newsam Read More »
Hamara Muslim Women´s Group create textiles

Hamara Muslim Women´s Group create textiles

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A Chinese Handling box for Temple Newsam House, Leeds

A Chinese Handling box for Temple Newsam House, Leeds

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Tudor Clothing - Dress to Impress

Tudor Clothing - Dress to Impress

Life in Tudor times seen through the clothes people wore Read More »
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Life in the WW1 Hospital

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