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Treasurer's House

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Step through 2,000 years of history with one visit to this house of dreams, where rooms are set up and furnished to mirror the grand styles from medieval times to the early 1900's.
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Suggested duration: 1-2 hours
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Treasurers House Minster Yard, York YO1 7JL, England
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Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

It has odd opening times half the year and took a while to find. There's a cafe it the same thing applied You will want to see the collection of you are nearby and have visited the minster

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Reviewed 1 week ago

A National Trust property, the Treasurers House is well worth visiting. You feel that you're travelling through time in the various rooms, even though they are all the work of one owner. Knowledgeable friendly staff make the visit even more interesting.

Thank JF1959
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Right next to the York Minster this treasure of a house has been restored/ indulged by Frank Green whose Grandfather invented the Economiser( very appropriate for York Railways,) The attic tour was brilliant, as was the tea room! One of the many historic places that...More

1  Thank cthecliffs
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

The Treasurers House is next to the Cathedral. It is owned by the National Trust so free for members. It was interesting but the building and decor was dark and gloomy, not their usual grand houses.

Thank Cookiescot
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Right next to the Minster, tucked aside on cobblestone road with lots and lots of character. The staff feed your imagination with ghost stories and historical information alike. To me, it looks like a wizard's house. A very posh wizard, but a wizard nonetheless.

Thank Sophrioniatheonly
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Decided to visit whilst in York as known of but never been Very impressed with the passion from some staff giving good knowledgeable accounts to various rooms and artefacts. Bigger than expected and such a mixed presentation of ages Very much enjoyed Shame about the...More

Thank RichardC826
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Good to visit on a wet day as we did, all indoors except if you want to have a look around the small courtyard garden. Some of the rooms are a bit sparse compared to other National Trust properties but the volunteers in the rooms...More

Thank I4996RBjoannap
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

not sure I could get my head around all the alterations and changes over the centuries and decades, but the home of an industrealist, who invented a way to improve the performance of the steam engine, probably made the greatest changes, as many Victorians did........More

Thank Andy E
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This a nice small NT propery. It is fairly compact and on three floors with a garden/courtyard. There are helpfull and enthusiastic guides throughout who are happy to answer questions. There is a cafeteria in the basement as well as toilets.

Thank CarltonA10
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

An interesting house which has undergone many extensive transformations to make it what it is today. In the city centre next to the Minster so very easy to find and free to National Trust members.

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ebarb123
4 October 2018|
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Response from Widlydidly | Reviewed this property |
Adults £8.10, children half that. But NT members get in free.
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dizzychick27
2 August 2018|
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Alan C
15 December 2017|
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Response from Anthony C | Reviewed this property |
Frank green was original owner and appears to have been behind a lot of the furniture and room design. I think he came from ' new money ' wealth & an industrial background and to raise his profile invited the then Prince... More
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