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Great savings on attraction ticket costs

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Full colour guidebook on York and Beyond York attractions

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Treasurer's House

Interests

  • Historic Buildings

Facilities

  • Attraction with Art Collection
  • Attraction with Cafe/Refreshments
  • Attraction with Gift Shop
  • Guided Tours Available
  • Toilets

Free entry to Treasurer's House, National Trust with a York Pass

Normal Ticket Price:

Adult: £7.20 (FREE entry with a York Pass)

Child: £3.60 (FREE entry with a York Pass)

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Restored in a grand style by an Edwardian collector with the money to indulge his passion, Frank Green, the grandson of a wealthy industrialist, created a lavishly decorated town house. 

Uncover the stories of Treasurer's House – from taking a hard hat tour of the cellar and hearing about the Roman ghost story to seeing where Edward VII slept. Then take a breather in the tranquil city centre garden or enjoy lunch in the Below Stairs Café.

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