Harewood House in west Yorkshire has announced details of its Christmas season for groups including a festive market and a specially themed display.
The team at Harewood House has announced that it will host four Christmas market weekends throughout the month of November and will decorate the historic house for the season, although the indoor theme will be revealed nearer the time.
All plans are being made under the assumption that social distancing measures will still be in place towards the end of 2020, but the attraction is still hoping to be able to offer groups a very similar experience to previous years, having also been awarded the ‘We’re Good to Go’ mark from VisitEngland.
If visiting the estate on the first Christmas market date (6th - 8th November), the house will be closed in preparation for Harewood’s themed Christmas display, but groups can make use of reduced admission.
Group guided tours
Harewood House recently reopened its doors to groups following its closure due to the coronavirus pandemic, and while most visits will be on a self-guided basis, socially distanced guided tours can now be pre-booked.
These tours will be running with fewer visitors per guide and with staggered tour start times to adhere to the Government’s guidelines at all times.
If the group is particularly large, tours can also be offered prior to the House opening to the general public.
About Harewood House
Built in the 18th century, visitors to Harewood can see exhibitions of contemporary art, the rare bird garden and more within 100 acres of gardens.
You can find more information about group visits, as well as the estate’s safety procedures at harewood.org.