Treasurer's House was given to the National Trust by Frank Green in 1930 © Nick Meers

Treasurer's House was given to the National Trust by Frank Green in 1930

Come along and explore together

We welcome pre-booked group visits.

Come along and discover the rich mixture of period settings covering a range of historical periods, all created by one man between 1897 and 1930.

  • Average length of visit is 1 hour
  • Ideally located next to York Minster
  • No coach parking. Nearest at Clarence Street, York (10 minutes away)
  • Nearest coach drop-off point is 5 minutes away
  • Booking essential

Please call or email us to book your visit

Catering options

The Below stairs Cafe is licensed, has waitress service and can cater for a range of group options, including out-of-hours and private room functions. We are happy to arrange set menus, seasonal and themed options and can cater for special dietary requirements.

Book onto a tour

Frank Green's servants lived on the top floor of the house.

Pre-book your group onto a tour for an insider's peek into the Treasurer's House history. Experience the servants' living quarters in the attic or uncover the stories of the ghostly Roman visitors on a cellar tour - hard hats provided!

Stop by the shop

Frith hares are a great spring-time gift

Pick up your Treasurer's House souvenirs at the shop below stairs or pop round the corner to our high street National Trust shop for a superb range of treasures for home and garden. Every penny you spend supports the conservation and care of the places we look after.