Georgian Society for East Yorkshire

Temple Newsam

Temple Newsam

Temple Newsam

Tuesday, 2nd July 2019, 12:00

Venue: Temple Newsam


11.15 The house dates back to the early 16 century, with various development work being carried out until the 18th century. The house has over 40 rooms containing many treasures. We hope to have a curatorial tour, depending on numbers and staff availability. The 18"' century coach and stable building includes a cafe. Admission to the farm is included in the ticket

4.30 Return Home.


Beverley behind M & S 9.30

Cottingham Green 9.45

Hull Truck 10.00

Admissions & Coach £34

Own Transport £13.00

Temple Newsam, West Yorkshire

Temple Newsam

It is probably the largest Council House in Britain! This is one of the finest Tudor and Jacobean houses with gardens designed by Capability Brown. It is the birthplace of Lord Darnley, husband of Mary Queen of Scots. It has over 40 rooms open to the public and has an impresive collection of Chippendale furniture. It was the home ... (read more...)

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