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Great Houses - Travel Through Time

Longley old Hall -

The 14th century hall is the former home of the Ramsden's of Longley, lords of the manors of Almondbury and Huddersfield.

Temple Newsam -

Set within over 1500 acres of parkland, woodland and farmland landscaped by Capability Brown in the 18th Century, Temple Newsam is a magnificent Tudor-Jacobean mansion and famous as the birthplace of Lord Darnley and home of the Ingram family for over 300 years

Shibden Hall, Halifax -

The medieval timber framed Shibden Hall was a family home for over 600 years. Shibden Park is a green oasis of beautiful restored grounds less than a mile from Halifax in West Yorkshire.

East Riddleston Hall -

17th century manor house with an intimate and atmospheric interior. It has fascinating associations with Yorkshire's Civil War past and was the location for the 1992 film of Wuthering Heights.

Allerton Park -

200 acres of breathtaking parkland and tranquil formal gardens surround this 18th century treasure.

Lotherton Hall -

Given to Leeds city council in 1968, 18th century Lotherton Hall boasts fine furniture and collections of ceramics, costumes and art.

Harewood House -

Harewood House was built in the mid 18th century commissioned by Edwin Lascelles and has been home to the family ever since.

Nostell Priory -

Nostell priory is an 18th century architectural masterpiece with a landscape park and gardens.

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