A house of contradictions.
First given to the National Trust by the wealthy and eccentric Industrialist Frank Green in 1930, celebrating 90 years, Treasurer’s House is a quirky hidden gem tucked behind York Minster. The house boasts a stunning collection of fine antiques, art and furniture, while the award-winning garden is a haven amidst the bustling city. The garden is free to enjoy on open days.
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Cared for by the National Trust, your visit helps to support the conservation work of the charity.