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For schools

The Treasure House and Art Gallery together offer a range of resources and facilities for schools. Visit the learning for schools page for more information.

Because all the culture and information services are housed under one roof learning at the Treasure House can also be supported by the library and the archives and local studies service.

All group visits must be booked in advance to avoid group booking clashes. This is essential even if a self-directed visit is proposed.

A resource about the role and function of the Treasure House as a culture and heritage centre has been developed, aimed at secondary pupils on ASDAN courses or similar. 

The Art Gallery curators may also be able to plan a study session around a specific topic or exhibition.

The following downloadable document contains essential information to use when planning a visit to the Treasure House and Art Gallery.

Treasure House essential information (pdf 90kb opens in new window).


The Museums Service offers a programme of workshops and organised activities in a variety of formats to suit a wide range of audiences. There are family-friendly drop in sessions as well as bookable workshops for children and families or adults. Go to the Events page for more information on this year’s workshop and activity programme.

Beverley Art Gallery also often runs a series of Art Courses over the summer and autumn months. See the Art Courses page for more details.


The Museums Service offers a programme of lectures relevant to the work of both the museum at the Treasure House and the Art Gallery. Go to the Events page for more information on this year’s lecture programme.