Close to the borders of England and Scotland and to the Lake District, Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery is a meeting point of the History, Nature and Art in one of Britain’s most fascinating regions. The rich collections are a resource of local, regional and national importance.
Over the coming months Tullie House is pleased to offer you an exciting range of exhibitions and events which includes Georgian Carlisle, Street Art and C'Art. Keep up to date with our programme of activities via our Facebook and Twitter accounts as well as our What's On page of the website.
We continue to run our programme of activities and events for children and families, as well as our Tuesday Lunchtime Talks and Monday Alternative Film Season (starting again in the Autumn of 2012). Ensure you keep up to date by receiving the Tullie House newsletter ..... and visiting the Tullie House website ......
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery transferred to Trust in May 2011. The Museum is now an independent organisation and is supported by a Board of Trustees chaired by Roger Cooke.
The Roman Frontier Gallery opened on Saturday 25th June 2011 and is already receiving national and international interest. It promotes the western end of Hadrian’s Wall and describes Carlisle’s 400 years of Roman occupation. We are delighted to have a range of objects on loan from the British Museum. Tullie House is now a British Museum Partnership Gallery.