We all love something that’s free, don’t we? So from today (Saturday 4th May) until Thursday 9th May, the National Trust Treasurer’s House, York will open their doors to the City’s residents for, you guessed it, free!
The house, which is just metres from York Minster boasts more than 2,000 years of history, including; a Roman road in the cellar to Edwardian servants’ quarters in the attic, ghosts, art and more. However, you must have a Yorkcard to gain free entry.
The Trust will also unveil the new and free children’s trail on the grounds of the Treasurer’s house, which has been designed and developed by students from the University of York.
Lisa Holden Visitor Services Manager said: “We often hear from York locals that they never get round to coming to York’s attractions because they are on their doorstep. This year we want families to come and see us to try out the great new children’s trail that has been designed and developed by students from the University of York.”
The Treasurer’s House is open from 11am – 4:30pm Sat-Thurs. For more information about the Treasurer’s House, click here.