Caring for objects in museums is really important because it ensures they are preserved for future generations to enjoy.

The Old Tullie House art galleries have been reinvigorated with a new focus putting ‘The Pre-Raphaelites: Women in the Picture’.

‘Talking Tattoos’ campaign to shed light on the vibrant tattoo culture in Cumbria as Tullie House prepares to welcome a ground-breaking touring exhibition looking at the history of tattoo art in Britain. 

The Capital of Cumbria, Come visit: We’re Good to Go!

We are delighted to once again host beautiful, intimate wedding ceremony and reception for up to 30 people. As government guidelines and restrictions on numbers change, we can of course accommodate more guests, up to 100 for a ceremony or up to 150 for an evening reception.

Hope Streets: A Festival of Creativity and Connectivity for young people, by young people.

A youth solidarity T-shirt project has begun at Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery in collaboration with M-Unit, funded by #CelebrateNationalLottery25

Tullie House Museum has joined the government’s Eat Out to Help Out scheme which starts in August.

Tullie House Museum has changed its opening hours and sped up the phased reopening plan