Leeds Attractions and Gardens Open during Lockdown
Here’s a list of where we know is open in Leeds during lockdown for exercising or retail purposes only. The government advice is to stay at home, please remember to stay local to where you live in Leeds and to avoid social contact.
Wildlife World and Lotherton Hall Museum is closed. Our grounds, playground and toilets remain open, and our café will be operating on a takeaway basis only.
General entry charges have been suspended and annual memberships will be extended to reflect the period of closure. If you have enquiries regarding membership please get in touch and a member of the team will come back to you.
Temple Newsam Estate
As we continue to follow government guidance, Temple Newsam House will remain closed, as will Home Farm and the shop.
Our grounds, playground and toilets remain open though, and our café will be operating on a takeaway basis only.
OPEN as usual. Following the latest government guidance our store remains open 10am to 4pm daily, including our playground.
Our Cafe and Pod remains temporarily closed until further notice.
For information on our protective measures to keep both our visitors and staff safe please read our FAQs ahead of visiting https://bit.ly/TheAriumFAQ
A lovely day out can be enjoyed in many of our local parks including Roundhay Park, Horsforth Hall Park, Middleton Park, Meanwood Park and Golden Acre. Public toilets remain open.
BMX and Cycle Tracks remain open. Middleton Park public toilets are also available.
Oakwell Hall Country Park
Accessible for local exercise. Cafe remains open for takeaways.
RHS Garden Harlow Carr
Remains open for local visitors to exercise in the gardens. Pre-booking essential.
Walking trails, cafe and toilets remain open for exercise. Pre-booking required.
Tong Garden Centre
We’re very grateful that the government has granted the garden centre and the food hall the opportunity to REMAIN OPEN however The Restaurant, The Mezzanine and Grass Hoppers will all be closed.
Harewood’s Gardens, Grounds and Adventure Playground for local visitors to access space to exercise, will be open 10am-5pm Fridays to Sundays from 15 January 2021. The Kiosk and Bothy Teahouse will be serving hot drinks and snacks on a takeaway basis and Click and Collect is available for purchases made through our online gift shop. Pre-booking required.
In line with the government’s legislation, the below areas will remain closed:
• The House
• Bird Garden and Farm Experience
• Courtyard Café and Terrace Tearoom
• Courtyard Shop for browsing and on-site purchase
• Courtyard Area, including the Visitor Information Point