Tullie House Museum collects and preserves objects and information concerning the wildlife and geology of Cumbria.
The museum holds large and important collections of zoological, botanical and geological material.
Tullie House Museum also maintains a local biological records database with over 200,000 records of wildlife sightings in Cumbria.
A display of the wildlife of the area from the Lakeland and Pennine fells to the Solway Firth can be seen in our Wildlife Gallery.
The Carlisle Millennium Gallery houses a display of some of the beautiful and spectacular Cumbrian mineral crystals from our collections.
Our Special Exhibitions Programme regularly features shows on various aspect of the wildlife and geology of the region and further afield.
Keeper of Natural Sciences
Stephen Hewitt can answer enquiries regarding the natural history of Cumbria and information on the work of the Natural Sciences section.
Telephone: (01228) 618736