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Harewood is delighted to be open 7 days a week from Friday 19 March. Ticket includes entry to Harewood’s Grounds and Gardens, and from 12 April, Harewood’s Bird Garden (in line with the government roadmap).Find out more »
Visit the Making Japan exhibition at Lotherton. Making Japan celebrates everything from Samurai to Nintendo, Kimonos to Manga. The exhibition highlights the dynamic relationship between tradition and innovation as expressed by the people of this vibrant East Asian nation. It also explores the relationship the Gascoigne family of Lotherton had with Japan, showcasing some of the beautiful items they collected while living there.Find out more »
In 2020 antiques dealer Annie Marchant left a generous gift which came to Kiplin Hall and Gardens. This exhibition showcases her impressive collection of historic kitchen and dairy equipment to the public for the first time. The exhibition explores how and why museums collect, and how these collections are cared for and preserved for future generations. Annie Marchant was a lively and generous woman with a passion for the past. Her collection was entwined with her daily life and the things she cared about. Reuse and recycling, growing your own…Find out more »
The UK’s largest ever exhibition by celebrated Portuguese artist Joana Vasconcelos (b. 1971) is extended until January 2022. The project comprises vibrant, sometimes monumental, sculpture, using fabric, needlework and crochet alongside everyday objects, from a laundry drying rack to car wheel hubsFind out more »
Sussex-based designer Alison Milner is widely known for ceramicware, tiles, furniture and illustrations, from finely decorated bowls to large-scale murals and drawings in hospital settings and parks.Find out more »
Burnby Hall Gardens, Pocklington are seven times consecutive winners of the prestigious Yorkshire in Bloom Gold Award and are holding their annual Tulip Festival from late April to early May.Find out more »
Visit for excellent salvage and industrial items, period home fixtures and fittings, decorative and architectural antiques, garden furniture and statuary, restored and up-cycled furniture and beautiful one-off home wares. This event is excellent for the trade or private buyer and makes for a wonderful day-out for all with on-site catering, a licensed bar and free parking.Find out more »
We are delighted to welcome graphic artist Anthony Burrill back to Harewood, with a brand new installation: TOGETHER WE ARE. Featuring six unique flag artworks, visitors will be able to enjoy the great outdoors and explore new areas now open to the public, taking in moments of mindfulness, set against the stunning backdrop of Harewood and beyond.Find out more »
The circular Big Harewood Walk unlocks brand new parts of the site for the first time. Split into three sections – the North Woods, the South View and the Lakeside Tour – the circular route will take in All Saints’ Church with its beautifully-crafted alabaster tombs and a secret tunnel in the North Woods, with our Horsebox newly relocated for an energy-boosting treat; it will open up Harewood’s East Terrace and South View for the very first time, and link up with the Lakeside Tour which takes in the Bird Garden, Himalayan Garden, Bothy and Walled Garden.Find out more »
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