Tuesday – Sunday: 10.30am – 5pm (last entry at 4.15pm)
Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 5pm (last entry at 4.15pm)
Monday – Friday: 10am – 4.30pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9.30am – 5.30pm
Tuesday – Sunday: 10am – 4.30pm
Visitor centre, Adventure playground, Café, Conference facilities, Meeting rooms, Education facilities, Picnic area, Toilets, Baby change, Shop, Walks and trails, Football pitches, Golf course and Sport and recreation facilities
We aim to provide a friendly, accessible environment for all our visitors and the widest possible access to our buildings, exhibitions and collections.
What3Words is a location app which provides exact location points based on 3 metre squares. Every 3 metre square of the world has been given a unique combination of three words which can be shared with friends and family, emergency services and more to pinpoint locations easily.
We have provided What3Words locations for key areas of our attractions to help you navigate your visit.
Entry to Temple Newsam Estate is free of charge for carers.
Situated between Colton and Halton, Temple Newsam Estate is approximately 5 miles from Leeds and 1.5 miles from the nearest train station at Cross Gates.
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Accessible toilets are available in the house, stables courtyard and in a fully accessible Changing Places facility next to the accessible playground.
Facilities in the changing places toilets include an emergency alarm, a fire alarm with a flashing light, rise and fall sink, bed and hoist. The Changing Places toilets and stables courtyard toilet are RADAR key operated.
Baby changing facilities are available in the stable courtyard toilets and in the accessible ladies toilet in the house.
There are several disabled parking spaces across the estate. Designated disabled bays are available in every car park.
The house car park provides level access to Temple Newsam House. Access from the other car parks to the house is by gradual uphill pathways.
Dogs are welcome to all areas of Temple Newsam except the house, Home Farm and the café. Guide and Assistance dogs are welcome in all areas.
Dogs need to be kept on leads in the gardens and courtyard but are free to roam around the rest of the grounds if under control. Water is available by the stables courtyard, near the toilets.
A large proportion of the house is fully accessible.
Some things to note are that:
- benches and seats are available for visitors to use around the house
- a lift provides access to all floors for wheelchair users. The lift can accommodate one wheelchair at any time
- there is no wheelchair access to the south wing of the house or the cellars
- electric wheelchairs are not allowed in the house and pushchairs cannot be pushed around the house
The grounds, gardens and walled gardens are fully accessible.
Some things to note are that:
- if you are using push wheelchairs, you may struggle on some of the gravel/cobbled areas, particularly in Home Farm and the stables courtyard
- the walled garden is fully accessible but the pathways are fairly steep in parts
- electric wheelchairs must be left outside the café and estate office
- many trails and walks are accessible but steep in parts
- there is a fully accessible playground next to Home Farm
- the first floor display areas of Home Farm are not accessible but interpretation is displayed on the ground floor
A manual wheelchair is available from the house entrance to borrow on your visit. Unfortunately we cannot provide assistance around the house for wheelchair users.
A manual wheelchair and all-terrain mobility scooters are available to use outdoors.
Please contact us before your visit to ensure that our mobility aids are available.
An audio tour enhancement is available for visitors to the house who have hearing difficulties.
Please visit our dedicated Special Educational Needs and Access page for more information about how we try to make Temple Newsam inclusive and accessible for people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND).
Temple Newsam is a member of the Visitor Attraction Quality Assurance Scheme (VAQAS). The VAQAS is a scheme which ensures high quality experiences at tourist attractions, including a commitment to respect the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 by making reasonable adjustments to improve service for disabled people.
For more information before your visit please contact us:
0113 336 7460
(10am - 4pm)
Temple Newsam Road
Leeds LS15 0AE