Things to see & do

Things to see and do at Treasurer's House

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Autumn gems

As the leaves start to fall, Treasurer's House is both a perfect place to celebrate autumn colour and snuggle up indoors. From Illuminating York to seasonal soups in the Below Stairs Cafe, check out the colourful events and hidden hideaways that are not to be missed this season.

Great British Walks

With the days getting crisper, it’s the perfect time of year to explore York on foot. Book a daytime walking tour as part of The Great British Walk to see the autumn colours or discover the mystery of the city at night with The Bloody History of York. If you dare...

Don't miss

  • Treasurer’s House garden blooms into life in the spring and summer © Treasurer's House / National Trust

    The beautiful and tranquil walled garden

  • Frank Green loved his fashion and was always well turned out © Jess Brown

    A chance to dress up in the flat

  • Delicious cakes made fresh in the tearoom at Chirk Castle © NTPL/Paul Harris

    Scrumptious cakes in the Below Stairs Cafe

  • Delicious cakes made fresh in the tearoom at Chirk Castle © Treasurer's House, National Trust

    The cauliflower tea-set in the dining room

  • Enjoy a lovely chocolate prize when you have a go at our Easter trail © NT/Stuart Cox

    Join one of our children's trails

Take a tour of our attic or cellar

 © Treasurer's House, National Trust

Find out about servant life and royal visitors in the attic, or grab a hard hat and hear about Roman soldiers in our haunted cellar. Both tours run daily.
 

Dress up dapper

Frank Green loved his fashion and was always well turned out

Step into Frank's shiny shoes by sharing his love of dressing up in the flat on the first floor. We have a fantastic selection of clothes and accessories to try on, from frilly shirts to bowler hats, and you can learn how to tie a bow-tie the proper way

Join the York Association

YANT (York Association of the National Trust) share a passion for supporting local properties through social activities, walks, trips & events. NT members & non-members equally welcome.

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