The heritage museum and features
Lotherton Hall is one of the many heritage sites in Leeds and elsewhere that Eric Knows makes easy to find.
The museum, while mostly focused on the house itself, also has exhibitions centred around Florence Nightingale, and modern fashion.
However, if you are looking for a day outdoors, you can visit the zoo, bird sanctuary and the house’s gardens. Moreover, the Stables Cafe can cater towards vegetarian and vegan tastes, but if you want to take a picnic and eat it on the grounds, that is allowed.
Lotherton hall also hosts activities suitable for both kids and adults regularly, so keep an eye out on their website!
Accessibility of the grounds and heritage museum
Lotherton Hall makes efforts for the historic site to be as accessible as possible. The house has lifts and ramps for wheelchair users as well as disabled parking spaces nearby. Furthermore, guide dogs can accompany those who need them into the house. See the FAQs for more detail.
How to get there
The grounds are most easily accessed by car, and parking is included in the price of admission. Pay and display parking for £2 per visit is also available before 10 am and after 3:15 pm in winter, 4:15 pm in summer.
Prices for entry into the grounds and heritage museum
Costs range from free for children under 5 years old to £26.25 for a family ticket (2 adults and 3 children). However, numerous discounts can be acquired if those attending have things such as a Leedscard, even free entry is offered if you are a member of groups such as the Museums Association. Details on discounts and booking are found on Lotherton Hall’s website.