Join us for an exciting programme of activities at Burton Constable Hall celebrating the Festival of Archaeology 2019.
Joy and curiosity delight the senses and the spirit of wonder, discovery and the unusual permeate the air during a journey through ambition to find ‘A Million Dreams’.
To celebrate the gift of Treasurer’s House and all its contents from Frank Green to the National Trust in July 1930, York residents are offered free entry on Fridays in July.
Bring your Dad to Beningbrough this Sunday for bushcraft activities and beer sampling from local brewers in York – a perfect treat for Father’s Day!
To mark the bicentenary of American writer Herman Melville, Burton Constable Hall is launching an ambitious project to bring to life the gigantic sperm whale skeleton that lives in its stable block.
A weekend dedicated to making, music and merriment will be held at Harewood House this July with Aardman Animations the first announcement for this exciting festival-style event.
Once a year Beningbrough, nestled in the North Yorkshire countryside between York and Harrogate, holds its popular spring plant sale providing the perfect opportunity to buy plants.
The team behind Lamplighter’s ‘The Life and Times of Fanny Hill’ join the OSC to co-produce a stage adaptation of Emily Bronte’s spell-binding Wuthering Heights from 26-30th June.
Reflect upon the features and personalities of the well-known achievers surrounding you in the Saloon Galleries in a week of activities from sketching to specialist talks.
Burton Agnes Hall will be hosting a day of farm themed family entertainment on Sunday 23rd June. Visitors are invited to bring a picnic rug and enjoy fabulous food.
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