Halloween Hauntings at Temple Newsam

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We’ve saved the spookiest half-term event till last with the Grade I listed Temple Newsam being host to Halloween Hauntings this October half-term. Temple Newsam is one of the finest historic houses in Leeds, complete with over 40 rooms and over 1,500 acres of woodland, parkland and gardens, this house really is impressive. Take in the history of the building as you wander through the magnificently designed halls and grounds and enjoy the stunning architecture on offer. Also within the estate is Home Farm which is one of the only Rare Breeds Survival Trust approved farms in the UK, so whilst you’re there be sure to check out some of the rare breeds they have at the farm to learn more about them and the conservation effort at Temple Newsam. 

The gardens at Temple Newsam

This Halloween be prepared to be scared as you stroll through the spooky corridors, hearing terrifying tales of the estate and the ghosts and ghouls who still creep around in the dead of night. Get in the spirit and get the family dressed up in their scariest outfits, as you make your way through the estate be sure to keep an eye out for the Blue Lady!

HAnd mark on window condensation

Once you’re sufficiently spooked why not head to the Temple Newsam Tearooms to enjoy a drink or a bite to eat with a range of tasty refreshments on offer including hot and cold drinks, brunch, hot food, sandwiches, cakes and pastries. Also, make your way across the cobbles to the onsite gift shop for a range of souvenirs to help remember your trip. 

View of Temple Newsam House from the gardens

Prices range from £25 for a family ticket to £10.30 for adults and £4.65 for children, with these prices also including access to Home Farm, you can make the most of your day out at Temple Newsam. The house is open from 11am-4pm so be sure to pick your time and book online to not miss out on Leeds’s most haunted house this Halloween!

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