Treasurer's House, York and its collection

Treasurer's House, York

The Treasurer's House in York was bought by the grandson of a wealthy industrialist, Frank Green, in 1897 who made it a lavish show home out of it. He built a large collection of fine antiques, art and furniture. The house along with the complete collection and the garden is now owned and managed by the National Trust which made the property open to the public.

ENTreasurer's House, York - National Trust

History & Anthropology  History & Anthropology

Treasurer's House, York
Minster Yard
YO1 7JL York

Visitor information Treasurer's House, York

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One Adult Family£14.25


Wheelchair accessible
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Location & Map

Minster Yard, York

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