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The 7 TransDev Harrogate to Leeds bus stops at Bramham Park’s Terry Lug Gate. From here it is a 10 minute walk to the House and Gardens entrance.
Click here to go to TransDev’s website for the timetable and other details of this service
A mountain bike is a great way to see the full extent of the historic landscape at Bramham, but there are no public rights of way for cyclists through the Park, so please make sure that you contact us first to book your visit.
The West Yorkshire Cycle Route runs right past Bramham Park.
This is a signed, 150 mile circular route, mainly on quiet roads, which roughly follows the West Yorkshire County Boundary. Terrain varies from the flat rolling farmlands in the northeast section within the Leeds Metropolitan Area, to the strenuous rises of the Pennine hills to the west. The whole route can be ridden by the fittest cyclist or alternatively use the guide to plan shorter rides between points of interest, which include the tourist centres of Ilkley, Wetherby, Hebden Bridge and Howorth, picturesque villages, and a whole range of landscapes. The map can be received by sending an A5 S.A.E to the contact address.
Travelwise, The Leonardo Building, 2 Rossington Street, Leeds, LS2 8HD