Groups can combine afternoon tea at Harewood House with their day in the Yorkshire Dales as part of a new package. 

Harewood House afternoon tea

Indulge in a traditional afternoon tea at Harewood House combined with a visit to the Emmerdale Village. 

The collaboration, announced by Continuum Attractions, sees guests embark on a fully guided, 80-minute outdoor walking tour of the iconic Emmerdale Village, where they can explore the familiar backdrop to their favourite TV show, including The Woolpack (exterior only) and David’s Shop.

Following the tour, groups will be transported to the nearby Harewood House to explore the 18th-century mansion set among more than 100 acres of landscaped gardens.

They will also be able to indulge in a quintessential afternoon tea experience, enjoying finger sandwiches, homemade cakes and sweets either dining on Harewood’s south-facing terrace or in the elegant billiard room. Tea and coffee will be served and a glass of Prosecco can also be added for an extra special touch. 

About Emmerdale Village Tour

Set in a secret filming location in the Yorkshire Dales, groups have the opportunity to visit the set where episodes of the soap are brought to life. Visitors have the rare chance to set behind the scenes of a hidden away village, normally entirely off limits to everyone, expect cast and crew. 

Emmerdale Village Tour Group 1 (1)

The package includes an 80-minute outdoor walking tour of the iconic Emmerdale studio set. 

Expect full-scale set reconstructions, props, costumes and interactive experiences allowing members to try their hand at TV-making. 

Why Harewood House is great for groups

Boasting ‘Capability Brown’ landscapes, Harewood is also home to an impressive art collection with works by JMW Turner and El Greco as well as Thomas Chippendale furniture. The house itself was built in the 18th century with Edwin Lascelles employing the finest craftsmen of the time including York-born architect John Carr. 

The package includes access to Harewood House, its gardens and the extensive grounds. The Terrace, built in the1840s by Sir Charles Barry (known as the architect of the Houses of Parliament) is considered to be one of the most beautiful Victorian formal gardens in England. 

There are discounted rates for groups of 15 or more with free parking available at both Emmerdale village and Harewood House. Admission includes access to Harewood House, its gardens, and the extensive grounds with an additional charge for afternoon tea.

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