Lotherton Hall, Leeds, West Yorkshire
The splendid Edwardian estate is a short drive from Leeds and boasts extensive grounds, beautiful gardens and a Red Deer Park.
Lotherton is the former home of the Gascoigne family who lived there from 1825 until 1968. The hall now tells the story of its former owners through furniture, paintings, silver and ceramics worthy of a national museum.
Outdoors there are the two adventure playgrounds, woodlands and orchard to explore. The conservation zoo Wildlife World houses a colony of penguins and brand new Nocturnal House which is home to amazing animals including a three-banded armadillo. An exciting programme of
events and activities run throughout the year and a membership package is available for regular visitors to get the best value across the year.
Features & Accessibility
- Visit England VAQAS
- Accredited Museum
- Winter Opening
- Plant Sales
- Children’s Playground
- Gift Shop
- Group Visits
- Dogs welcome on leads
- Facilities for wheelchair users & those with limited
- Facilities for visual impairments
- Facilities for auditory impairments
Things to do
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Lotherton Hall, Lotherton Lane, Aberford, Leeds, LS25 3EB
0113 378 2959
March to October
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-5pm
November to February
Hall and Wildlife World: 10am-4pm
Hall closed January & February except guided tours.
All visits must be pre-booked online.
13 miles north east of Leeds, near Aberford on B1217, or 2 miles from M1 junc 47.
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