The largest working rare breeds centre in Europe has over 400 head of stock. You can see cattle, pigs, sheep, goats and poultry all year round. Breeds on display include Gloucester, Irish Moiled, Red Poll, Shetland, White Park, Beef Shorthorn and Belted Galloway cattle. Kerry Hill, Whitefaced Woodland, Norfolk Horn and Portland sheep. Golden Guernsey goats and various breeds of poultry. We have breeding herds of many of the cattle on the RBST Watchlist, including the only Vaynol cattle in the world! The traditional Georgian and Victorian farm buildings also house collections of farming equipment, machinery and old agricultural tools and are a valuable resource for schools.
Open season: All year
Opening times: Summer 10.00 - 5.00; Winter 10.00 - 4.00
(Closed Monday except Bank Holidays)
April 2011. Adults £3.30; Child (5-16yrs) £2.05; Child aged 4 & under Free; Senior Citizen £3.30;
Please check on our website for current prices
Temple Newsam hosts many events each year from music festivals to funfairs and there are regular family activities, demonstrations, guided walks or tours taking place throughout the year.
Temple Newsam is managed and maintained by the Parks and Countryside and Museums and Galleries Sections of Learning and Leisure, Leeds City Council.
Throughout the year Temple Newsam hosts a range of exciting events including large-scale concerts, shows and festivals in the grounds and regular family activities, demonstrations, guided walks and tours at the House, the Home Farm and across the Park. The House has a rolling programme of art exhibitions with associated tours, events, lectures and performances.
A monthly programme of activities is available to pick up in the Visitor Centre, in Stable Courtyard, or go on our mailing list by contacting
Leeds LS15 0AD
Tel : 0113 264 5535
Email : email@example.com
Temple Newsam Tea Rooms are situated in the Stable Courtyard, open every day in summer, closed on Mondays in Winter. There is seating for 80 people inside, with additional tables outside. A selection of traditional and more unusual teas, snacks, mea
Many large estates had a ´home´ farm that was centrally situated plus many more farms dotted around the estate boundary and Temple Newsam is no exception. The ´Home Farm´ was more than just a farm, it was also the centre of the e