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Welcome to the Treasure House and Beverley Art Gallery

The East Riding Treasure House is a heritage centre providing museum, library and archive facilities under one roof, plus access to the adjoining Edwardian exhibition spaces of the Beverley Art Gallery. The Treasure House tower provides splendid views over the rooftops of Beverley.

Inside the Treasure House and Art Gallery pages

Take a look at what's happening at the Treasure House and Beverley Art Gallery...
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How to get here

All you need to know about location, opening times, facilities etc.

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Our exhibitions

The full range of exhibitions in all gallery spaces.

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The Elwells

Information on Fred and Mary Elwell.

Children and families

For the children

Find out what is available for kids in the museum and art gallery.

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Our collections

Information on the collections and how to access them.

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The history of the Beverley Art Gallery.

African Stories in Yorkshire - Jubilee Singers at Hull

Get Involved - African Stories in Yorkshire

Help is needed with a forthcoming exhibition in the Treasure House. Do you have information about anyone in East Yorkshire who has an African heritage? If so, please contact us. Further information on the project is available here

Exhibitions and events programme 2018

2018 exhibitions and events programme 

Select the image above or click here to download the 2018 exhibitions and events brochure (pdf document, opens in new window). 

Open Art 2018

Open Art

The annual Open Art exhibition, showcasing the work of amateur and professional artists in the East Riding and Hull, runs from 2nd March to 28th April. 

Ted Lewis

Ted Lewis: Novelist, Artist and Jazz Musician

This temporary exhibition in our downstairs community space gives an introduction to the work of Barton-born Ted Lewis. During his relatively short life he wrote 9 published novels, including "Get Carter", as well as working in graphic design and film, and playing jazz piano. The display runs until 31 March.