Harewood is a wonderful place for children to explore. In fact there is so much to see and do it is difficult to know where to start. Use these activity trails to help find your way on your visit!
Use this guide to identify different tree types throughout Harewood, as well as looking for objects made of wood. This trail is mainly for 5-11 year olds with adult supervision.
An interactive trail to Harewood's lake, which explores the history of the lake and also the birdlife that lives in and around it. This trail is mainly for 5-11 year olds with adult supervision.
Learn about one of Harewood's most popular wild birds at Harewood. This trail is mainly for 5-11 year olds with adult supervision.
Look carefully around the Walled Garden and colour in the ’Eye Spy’ eye when you spot each item.
A great way to excite children about the animals, birds, plants and trees they see at Harewood. This trail is mainly for 4 - 10 year olds with adult supervision.
Follow this trail for glimpses of the practical workings of this place, over more than 250 years. This trail is mainly for 5-11 year olds with adult supervision.
This resource pack is for teachers to use with students at key stage 1 and above, and provides classroom-based activities to explore the life of Princess Mary and her collections. This pack can be used before, after or in conjunction with a visit to Harewood.
Find out more about Princess Mary's love of gardening and the beautiful collection of plants she tended her at Harewood.
Use this trail to find out more about Princess Mary's life at Harewood. This trail is mainly for 7-11 year olds with an adult's help.
This resource pack is for teachers to use with students at key stage 1 and above, both in the classroom and on site at Harewood House.
It provides background information on Princess Mary, Harewood House and British History 1897-1965.
This trail is a fun way to introduce children to the birds and the body parts that make them all different. This trail is mainly for 4 - 10 year olds with adult supervision.
As you explore the Bird Garden, take a closer look at the inhabitants feet! From Ostriches to Parrots, Penguins to Owls this trail is a great way to learns about animal adaptations and how the birds use their feet.
During the Spring and Summer months there’s lots going on in the Bird Garden! A great way for children to see how birds make their nests and rear their young.
We have three different owl species living in the Bird Garden. This trail will tell you all you ever wanted to know about owls!
Watch our Flamingos closely and see if you can answer some questions on their habits, likes, dislikes and adaptations.