Farnley Hall is a stately home in Farnley, North Yorkshire, England. It is located near Otley and was built in the 1780s by John Carr, who also designed Harewood House. The hall is now a Grade I listed building.
The property was owned by Walter Fawkes MP (1769-1825), and a regular visitor was the Victorian artist and philosopher John Ruskin, who was taken with the enormous collection of paintings by J.M.W. Turner, a friend of the owner. A selection of Turner's works from the Farnley Hall collection were sold in 1890 for £25,000..