Ambitious environmental targets have been set for Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery. The charitable Trust has already made significant steps in realising its ambitions and is well on the way to meet the expectations of key funders.

From mermaids to octopi; from fish to turtles: Driggsby, A Whale’s Tale is a spectacular and immersive exhibition telling the poignant story of Driggsby the fin whale as she saves the seas

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery is eager to serve the public takeaway refreshments from the beautiful Jacobean gardens, opening on Monday 12 April.

Cumbrian Attractions Combine Forces And #Mylocalmuseum Goes National

North West Museum collaboration on social media goes from strength to strength, recruiting national museums in a #MyLocalMuseum campaign.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery has recruited new staff to maintain and develop its work with natural collections and the environment.

A North Cumbria Arts, Health & Wellbeing Partnership will be delivering a project designed to help people of Carlisle to recover from COVID-19 through the power of social prescribing.

The award-winning learning team at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery found new ways to engage with children while they were learning from home during the most recent Covid-19 lockdown.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery has been singled out as one of several organisations to benefit from additional support as part of the Government’s £400m budget boost for arts and culture.

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The harvest mouse is Britain’s tiniest rodent and is extremely elusive. Cumbria Biodiversity Data Centre (CBDC) is asking for help to find out where these creatures are living in Cumbria.