We open our galleries early on the first Sunday of the month especially for children with autism and their families, friends and carers.

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The latest exhibition at Tullie House gives visitors a rare opportunity to explore the Art, History and Natural Science collections with some fascinating objects usually kept in the museum’s stores.The latest exhibition at Tullie House gives visitors a rare opportunity to explore the Art, History and Natural Science collections with some fascinating objects usually kept in the museum’s stores.

 

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Monday 27 April 2015 10.30 am

Eden Rivers Trust teamed up with Tullie House to work with a group of young people from NACRO on a photography project to celebrate the city’s rivers. 

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Tullie House recently launched two new membership schemes and are delighted to welcome their first corporate members; Gen 2 and Lloyd Motor Group and over 150 individual members.

The membership schemes give people and businesses the opportunity to take part in unique behind the scenes events, activities and exhibition launches. On an individual level   membership provides the opportunity for people to learn about everything from local and international artists, to Vikings and Romans and the history of Carlisle to wildlife and the biodiversity of Cumbria.  

The first collaboration between two Cumbrian artists now features in the Raw Talent space in THe Shed. 

Steve Crook and Jenn Mattinson’s project explores the relationship between portrait photography, local people’s stories and sound.  

9 March – 29 March

Carlisle’s Dormont Book to feature in a new exhibition comparing life in Modern and Tudor Carlisle.

Life, Laws and Legacies is the final project in ‘THe Shed’ gallery. It will be displayed from the 9th to the 29th of March at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery.

The Dormont Book is an incredibly important document in the city’s history. Written in 1561 it was a working record of the city; including oaths of officials, deeds, and bye laws for Carlisle, which probably have earlier origins.