Did you know?
Harewood has an exotic Bird Garden which includes penguins and flamingos. Built by the 7th Earl of Harewood, the Bird Garden is now home to over 40 rare species many of which are in breeding programmes to support their conservation
The Himalayan Garden is worlds away from the formal gardens you'd expect in a country house. It is home to hundreds of rare plants and the UK's only Buddhist Stupa
Thomas Chippendale was commissioned in 1767 to create all the furniture in the House. The commission was worth more than £10,000 at the time. Today, the collection remains the best in the country with key pieces still available to see in the rooms they were originally designed for
In 1922, the 6th Earl of Harewood married Princess Mary, taking Harewood into the royal family. The collection includes many personal items owned by Princess Mary which are on display in the house