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.

Join a tour

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

Tickets for tours are on a first come first served basis on the day. If you want to ensure your group gets a tour of your choice - please arrange this as part of the booking and we will bespoke the offer to suit your needs where possible, depending on numbers in the group and the availability of the guide.

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.