How to Get Here
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By Car (approx 10 miles/27 minutes):
- Follow A61 and A58(M) to Wellington Road/B6154 in Leeds
- At the roundabout, take the second exit onto Wellington Road/B614
- Turn left onto Oldfield Lane
- At the roundabout take the first exit onto Dixon Lane
By Bus (approx 50 minutes):
- Catch the 36 from Harewood Arms
- Ride for 32 minutes/29 stops to Park Row (stop P3)
- Walk south on Park Row towards City Square
- Turn right onto Wellington Street
- Slight left onto Aire Street
- Turn right to stay on Aire Street
- Catch the 255 from Aire Street (stop S12)
- Ride for 10 minutes/9 stops to Whitehall Road Dixon Lane
- Walk east on Whitehall Road/A58 towards Dixon Lane
- Turn left onto Dixon Lane
Harewood is a suburb in north Leeds, West Yorkshire. Harewood is neighboured by Arthington, Wike, Bramhope and Pool in Wharfedale. Approximately 8 miles away from Leeds city centre, Harewood enjoys a historic, affluent atmosphere.
Living in Harewood
Harewood has all the local amenities a resident could ask for. Nearby supermarkets include SPAR, Tesco and the Co-op. In Harewood there is Gateways School, Harewood C of E Primary, The Grammar School at Leeds, Barsey Primary School, Highfield Primary School and Brodetsky Primary School offering choice to residents with children.
Harewood has excellent proximity to the town centre. The A61 offers a quick route, alternatively; bus route 36 arrives in Leeds City Centre and only takes approximately 35 minutes.
Harewood postcode: LS17
Things to do in Harewood
Harewood House is a country house built between 1759 and 1771. Designed by architects Robert Adam and John Carr for Edwin Lascelles the 1st Baron Harewood, a wealthy plantation and slave owner. Harewood House is still home to the Lascelles family, but is also a member of the Treasure Houses of England. Although Harewood House is a historic house and museum, it is a popular setting for modern culture too. Elton John and Westlife have performed on the grounds; the popular television shows King Ralph, Emmerdale, Victoria and Downton Abbey have all been filmed there.
All Saints' Church dates back to the 15th century and is located within the grounds of Harewood House. All Saints' Church has six pairs of effigies commemorating the previous owners of Harewood Castle and the neighbouring Gawthorpe estate, dating from 1419 to 1510. The church was restored in 1862 to 1863 by Sir George Gilbert Scott, who also designed the St Pancras Station.
The Harewood speed Hillclimb track is located on the A659 between Harewood Village and Collingham. Alongside national events, Harewood speed Hillclimb is host to the British Hillclimb Championship; a classic/historic hillclimb including bikes.
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