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Treasurer's House York Christmas Lunch Box

 

Fancy something a little different? Join us for our take on traditional filled Yorkshire puddings. Article Group visits to Treasurer's House Enjoy bespoke tours, tempting treats and the warmest of welcomes at our special place. All our ingredients have been carefully selected from local suppliers for their quality and taste. For smaller groups, please just give us a call to reserve a table. Skip to content Go to menu My National Trust Show Search National Trust Home Our cause Days out Join & get involved Art & collections Holidays Shop More Treasurer's House, York The hall and gardens could be yours for the day Frank Green threatened to haunt the house if you moved his furniture Take time out in the award winning garden Next Previous The hall and gardens could be yours for the day National Trust Images / Nick Meers Frank Green threatened to haunt the house if you moved his furniture National Trust Images / Bill Batten Take time out in the award winning garden National Trust Images / Chris Lacey A house of contradictions in the centre of York Overview Opening times Prices How to get here Facilities and access More about this place Things to see and do What's on Eating and shopping History Get involved Venue hire Places to stay Twitter Facebook Pinterest Google Email Demolition and restoration Discover the fate of some of the lost houses of Yorkshire and find out more about how Frank Green created Treasurers House in this display throughout the mansion. Step below stairs to the atmospheric cafe National Trust / Cathy Thornton Celebrate below stairs Catching up with friends or family in York? Or do you have a large group to entertain? We can look after groups of 15 to 40 and give you exclusive use of one of the rooms in the Below Stairs Caf. Back to top Treasurer's House, York What's on Upcoming events See all events Festive Frank talk Sat 17 Dec 2016 1 other date 11:00-16:00 Find out more about the former owner of Treasurer's House in this short talk. Free to enjoy on open days. The shop stocks beautiful scarves and bags, comfy cushions, gorgeous throws and a varied assortment of books and cards. Open Thursday - Sunday, 10 November - 18 December.

 

The York shop is open daily from 9.30am till 5.30pm. You might also be interested in Article Things to see and do at Treasurer's House From cellar tours to discovering the large collection and exploring the garden, there's plenty to explore at this special place. Discover our collection Explore our house and discover our model of a Napoleonic gunship, Indian ivory games table and Verre Eglomis mirror among many other highlights of our collection. The perfect place to treat yourself or to find the perfect gift. Soak up the history whilst enjoying the newly refurbished decor and menu of fresh delights, all in the shadow of York Minster. Ground floor has three showrooms and visitor reception Stairs to other floors including bathrooms, tea room, shop and all other historic rooms Touch list of objects to handle, large print and braille guides available from reception Adapted toilet down 14 steps in basement only Read our full access statement (PDF) Treasurer's House, York Overview Close A house of contradictions in the centre of York Tucked behind York Minster, Treasurer’s House is not as it first appears. Gift Aid Admission includes a 10 per cent or more voluntary donation. Discover our history Treasurers House is not all as it first appears. Please just mention your requirements to the waiting staff and we will be more than happy to meet your needs. Skip to content Go to menu My National Trust Show Search National Trust Home Our cause Days out Join & get involved Art & collections Holidays Shop More The Below Stairs Caf at Treasurer's House A great place to meet friends for lunch in York city centre National Trust / Cathy Thornton Twitter Facebook Pinterest Google Email Come below stairs and dine in the unique surroundings of what was once the servants hall in the underbelly of Treasurer's House.

 

Or try a warming one pot, seasonal salad or deli roll. If you are in the mood for a spot of shopping, the National Trust York shop is just five minutes away on Goodramgate. For afters. Sample the lunch menu, leaving room for cake or a seasonally inspired scone. For ever, for everyone Who we are About us How we are run Annual reports Annual General Meeting Our partners Get in touch Contact us Sign up to our newsletter(opens in a new window) Services Help centre Venue hire Lettings Information for suppliers Media You might also like Jobs(opens in a new window) Collections(opens in a new window) National Trust prints(opens in a new window) Gift cards for business(opens in a new window) We use cookies to provide you with a better service. Gift Aid Standard Amount paid by visitor 11.00 10.00 Tax refund from Government* 2.75 0.00 Total received by the National Trust 13.75 10.00 Please note. Frank Green built a large collection of fine antiques, art and furniture, and this was the first house given to the National Trust, complete with its collection. He gifted his house and collection to the National Trust for future generations to enjoy. With a history spanning 2,000 years, there is a lot more to Treasurer's than meets the eye. Below Stairs Caf opening times during winter: Thursday - Sunday, 10 November - 18 December, 11am - 4.30pm with last entry at 4pm.

 

Little cinema Sat 17 Dec 2016 215 other dates 11:00-16:30 Take a seat for a moment as we transport you to a bygone era with a unique short film detailing York's historic past. We offer tasty, gluten free meal choices. The Christmas pudding scone is a hit in the winter but don't just take our word for it. Park and ride service from city outskirts Treasurer's House, York Prices Close House Gift Aid Standard Adult 8.00 7.20 Child 4.00 3.60 Family 20.00 18.00 Group Adult Minimum group size 15 N/A 6.20 Group Child Minimum group size 15 N/A 3.10 What is Gift Aid? Most of our places run the Gift Aid on Entry scheme at their admission points. Park and ride service from city outskirts Suitable for group visits - please contact us before you visit Family Children's guide and quiz/trail available daily Baby-changing area Hip-carrying infant seats for loan Accessibility Drop-off point with blue badge parking nearby on Goodramgate Grounds - level access to garden via gate opposite the Minster Building - two steps to entrance, ramps available. For ever, for everyone Who we are About us How we are run Annual reports Annual General Meeting Our partners Get in touch Contact us Sign up to our newsletter(opens in a new window) Services Help centre Venue hire Lettings Information for suppliers Media You might also like Jobs(opens in a new window) Collections(opens in a new window) National Trust prints(opens in a new window) Gift cards for business(opens in a new window) We use cookies to provide you with a better service. Deliciously local We offer a range of tempting, seasonal and locally sourced treats for you to enjoy. Where better to sample Yorkshire fare than the very heart of Yorkshire itself.

 

Back to top Treasurer's House, York Get involved Taking a well earned break after a day in the garden National Trust Images / Laura Kennedy Join our team The friendly volunteers at Treasurer's are more than happy to share their stories, why not become a part of the team? We provide all the training and support you'll need. Whether you are joining us for a spot of lunch or for one of our famous cream teas we can guarantee a setting like no other. You will find a variety of home-made dishes, lighter bites, wonderfully fresh soups, hand crafted rolls and delicious cakes. But it's entirely up to you which ticket you choose. Gifts and treats Step downstairs to the small house shop or visit the shop around the corner on Goodramgate for sweet treats, quality gifts, cards and books. He was passionate about history and indulged this by saving this and other buildings in York. In 1897, Frank Green (the grandson of a wealthy industrialist) bought the property and created a lavish show home, grand enough to impress Edward VII during his visit. ee1f8b9cc0

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