Such a pleasure to visit a historical site and see how the other half lived. Glad to see it hasn't been touched. Great work national trust.
About Treasurer's House
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Absolutely fascinating. The best part was, each room we visited, another staff member wanted to tell us more about Frank Green who by most standards sounds like a peculiar gentleman. I had wanted to visit for years but didn't get round to it (despite living...More
Apparently the first collection/property the National Trust were bequeathed as a whole. Situated just behind the Minster. The owner left strict instructions how it was to be looked after, wanting it to showcase how he felt the house should look, according to his version of...More
Been to York many times but never visited this house which is quirky to say the least. Filled with an eclectic range of furniture and objets d'art. Delightful small garden in the shadow of York Minster.
Having a nearly expired national trust ticket decided to see this little gem tucked away behind the minster. Very informative guides who are very enthusiastic about this house.
Initially went in to see film with some scenes of old York which was shorter than expected but then toured house which has interesting history of how one man put his stamp on it "restoring" it as he saw fit. This is explained on the...More
A very interesting building changed many times over the years by the owner who bequeathed it to the National Trust. Some interesting artefacts and rooms with lots of history.
Treasurer's House has the opportunity to be a wonderful historic building in a splendid location, but fails to live up to that billing. It's a National Trust site - so at least we didn't have to pay, as members - but you have to wonder...More
This is a very interesting 19th century house due to the slightly eccentric behaviour of its benefactor, Frank Green, who filled the house in what he considered would be a fitting manner. Frank had no descendants so the house and all of its contents were...More
I don't know why we've put off coming here for so long. This house is gorgeous! The staff are really friendly and the volunteers certainly know their stuff. From the very first room we went into, my husband and I became intrigued with the story...More