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Harewood House

Now closed
Harewood House is a large country house in Harewood, around midway between Leeds and Harrogate. The Grade I-listed building is one of the grandest stately homes in England, and it is also one of the more accessible for those who do not have access to their own car.
Price £11.50

Victoria Quarter and the Arcades

Now closed
The Victoria Quarter and the Arcades comprise one of Leeds’ most delightful shopping experiences and they have been compared with Milan’s Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II as being among the world’s most beautiful shopping centres.
Free

Leeds Corn Exchange

Now closed
Leeds Corn Exchange is an iconic Victorian-era building in the centre of Leeds that has been reimagined as a boutique shopping centre for independent retailers.
Free

Temple Newsam

Now closed
Temple Newsam is an estate on the eastern outskirts of Leeds with a Tudor-Jacobean manor house and 607ha (1500 acres) of Capability Brown-designed grounds.
Price £7.25

Lotherton Hall

Now closed
Lotherton Hall is a country house near Aberford, around 17km (11 miles) east of Leeds in West Yorkshire.
Price £8.30

Lord Leycester Hospital

Now closed
The Lord Leycester Hospital is considered to be one of England’s best-preserved examples of medieval courtyard architecture.
Price £8.50

Shakespeare’s Schoolroom & Guildhall

Now closed
A visit to Shakespeare’s Schoolroom & Guildhall lets you take in 600 years of history. The Guildhall played a prominent role in Stratford’s society and William Shakespeare attended its schoolroom during the 1570s.
Price £8.50

Arbury Hall

Arbury Hall is a country house southwest of Nuneaton that was built on the site of the former Arbury Priory. It is built in a mix of Tudor and 18th-century Gothic Revival architectural styles.
Price £10

Stoneleigh Abbey

Now closed
Stoneleigh Abbey is a country house on the outskirts of Kenilworth. It is a Grade I-listed building that is believed to be the inspiration for Jane Austen’s Mansfield Park.
From £7 To £14

Ragley Hall

Ragley Hall is a stately home just a short distance south of Alcester. It was built for Edward Conway, 1st Earl of Conway and it is the ancestral seat of the Marquess of Hertford.

Coughton Court

Now closed
Coughton Court is a stately home dating from medieval times. It is just a short distance north of Alcester.
Price £5

Kinwarton Dovecote

The Kinwarton Dovecote, just outside Alcester, is one of only a handful of circular dovecots in the United Kingdom and it is remarkably well-preserved considering that it dates from the 14th century.
Price £1

Tyntesfield

Tyntesfield is a Gothic Revival style house near Wraxall in North Somerset that is easily accessible from Bristol.
Price £17.40

Longleat House

Now closed
Longleat is a stately home in southwest Wiltshire that is home to the Marquesses of Bath. Although it is officially known as Longleat, it is often called Longleat House to differentiate it from the safari park and from the estate that both share the same name.
From £18.95 To £34.95

Lydiard Park

Lydiard Park is a large country park in Lydiard Tregoze in Swindon’s west, which is home to a Grade I-listed manor house and parish church that date from the 13th century.
Price £6.80

Stourhead House and Gardens

Now closed
Stourhead House and Gardens are the main attractions on the Stourhead estate, which also includes the village of Stourton.
Price £18.40

Lacock Abbey

Now closed
The 13th-century Lacock Abbey is the main attraction in Lacock, which is a charming village 6.5km (4 miles) south of Chippenham.
Price £11.60
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