- Phone: 01904 624247
Elegant town house dating from medieval times. Originally home to the treasurers of York Minster and built over a Roman road, the house is not all that it seems. Nestled behind the Minster, its size, splendour and contents are a constant surprise to visitors – as are the famous ghost stories. The house was carefully restored between 1897 and 1930 by one remarkable man, wealthy local industrialist Frank Green, with rooms presented in a variety of historic styles.
Please check the National Trust website before visiting.
House: Adult £7.00*, child £3.50*, family £17.50.* Group adult £5.72 (Group rate applies to groups of 15+) Cellar tour: £3.00, child £2.50. Garden/Below Stairs Cafe/attic tour: Free. (Large groups welcome, please call in advance to book) *Gift aid admission price.
- National Trust
In city centre, adjacent to York Minster (North side, at rear) Cycle:NCN65, 1/3 mile. Close to city cycle routes. Bus:from surrounding areas. Train: York 1/2 mile. Parking: nearest in Lord Mayors walk. Park and ride service from city ooutskirts.
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Facilities and services
- Education facilities available
- Facilities for private functions and events
- Gardens open to public
- Meeting room available
- Parking for disabled available
- Toilets for disabled
- Wheelchair access to some public areas
- High chairs in café/restaurant
- Buggy parking facilities
- Baby changing facilities
- Conference facilities available
- Picnic area
- Braille information and/or interpretation
- Foreign language leaflet or brochure available
- General audio-guide available
- General guide to collections available
- Large print information and/or interpretation
- Licensed for weddings
- Pre-booking service for groups
- North Yorkshire
- Social History
- Industrial History
- Heritage issues
- Architecture & Built Environment
- engineering (history)
- mechanical engineering (history)
- roman archaeology
- Science and Nature
- royalty (roles)
- science and nature roles
- 16th century (1501 - 1600)
- 17th century (1601 - 1700)
- 18th century (1701 - 1800)
- 19th century (1801 - 1900)
- 20th century (1901 - 2000)
- British History
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