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Temple Newsam

Temple Newsam is a well-known landmark in the city of Leeds and earns its reputation due to the magnificent 18th century mansion and 1,500 acres containing gardens, parkland and farm. The site means different things to different people as it is able to host large open air concerts as well as fun fairs, art exhibitions, shows and educational events.

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Harewood

Harewood House has many levels. It is a visitor attraction, a site of historical importance, home to the Queen’s cousin the Earl of Harewood and the Countess of Harewood, an important site for wildlife, a museum for art and a host to many public events. Among its titles are Enjoy England’s Large Visitor Attraction of the Year 2009 and Yorkshire in Bloom Gold Award winner 2010.

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Roundhay Park

Roundhay Park This is more than just a park – it is 700 acres of land containing lakes, specialist gardens, Tropical World, tennis courts, skateboard ramps, sports pitches, bowling greens, a sports arena, a golf course, fishing facilities, a café and more. Roundhay Park has quite a history to tell. In the 13th century it was hunting ground for the De Lacy family. In the 19th century it was transformed into a country estate, forming many of the features it …

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