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February 2020

In The Moment: The Art Of Wellbeing

February 10 - November 1
Beningbrough Hall, Gallery and Gardens

Lose yourself in this new exhibition that invites you to stop and consider the power of art to calm the mind, body and soul. Wander through the Saloon Galleries filled with artwork specially selected from the Arts Council Collection, including paintings, sculpture, film and photography by some of the 20th and 21st centuries most well-known artists including Emin, Moore, Lowry, Hirst and Chagall. Normal admission charges apply.

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May 2020

By Appointment Experiences (every Wed, Thurs, Fri)

May 1 @ 1:15 pm - October 23 @ 4:00 pm
Treasurer’s House

Frank Green hated museums; he wanted small groups of visitors to enter the house and marvel at his unique collection. Be his guest for the afternoon and journey around the house with an expert guide to learn more about Frank Green’s story, the technique behind making boulle furniture and discover what’s behind closed doors. Tours last approx. 45 minutes. Normal admission charges apply.

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October 2020

The Character of Home

October 1 - October 31
Fairfax House

Step back in time to the sumptuous world of 18th century York for an intimate performance staged in the finest Georgian townhouse in England.

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Guided Family Discovery Walks (10.30am, 12.30pm & 2.30pm)

October 3
Scampston Hall

Join our guide as we embark on a gentle walk around Scampston’s Parkland and other areas to discover some of the lesser known facts about this amazing country estate. With a quiz sheet for children to complete, you will find out about Bustards, water-powered water pumps, Ladies’ Bathing Pools and Churchill’s Secret Army! The walk is about 1 mile in length (perfect for little legs!) across even ground and lasts about an hour. At the end of the walk you…

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Living History Weekend

October 3 - October 4
Bolton Abbey

In 1461 a family feud over who had the right to be king, later to be known as The War of the Roses, had divided England. Thomas,Lord Scrope, owner of Bolton Castle, supported Richard, Duke of York and later his son, Edward, against King Henry V1 of the House of Lancaster. He has joined Edward’s army somewhere near York, but has left behind a small garrison to guard the castle. Come and meet them, join in their work around the…

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