Houses and buildings in Yorkshire
Yorkshire has architectural masterpieces at every turn. From homely 17th-century manors to the dramatic ruins of an historic abbey, there is something for everyone to discover in the houses and buildings that we care for.
Discover all the best houses and buildings in Yorkshire for a great day out.
Explore what to expect visiting the historic rooms on the ground floor, from feats of engineering, striking architecture and symbolic pieces of the collection marking moments in time. Find out more about the recent work on the hall and what's on in the Reddihough Galleries.
Step back into a dramatic past and imagine what life would have been like for the monks lived here, and learn how Fountains Abbey and Studley Royal became one.
Learn about the history and evolution of the landscape at Hardcastle Crags and Gibson Mill, including its industrial heritage and the mill’s time as an entertainment emporium.
Explore this homely 17th-century manor house and discover original oak panelling, decorative ceilings and period furnishings, then learn of the estate's agricultural past in the Great Barn.
Explore the rooms of this grand house, home to the Pennyman family since 1599, and discover the décor, paintings and furniture that tell their stories.
Explore one of the great treasure houses in the North of England, also home to one of the few remaining doll's houses from the 18th century.
A dwelling is recorded here since 1249, but the current house grew out of a Tudor Hall. Over 450 years the house has been altered to create an atmospheric and comfortable home.
Treasurer's House has closed for the season, but will reopen for Christmas opening from 13 November.