Tullie House are working in partnership with Prism Arts after receiving National Lottery Heritage Funding for an exciting new project working with 150 Early Years and Key Stage 1 pupils on the West Coast.

Tullie House has entered a second year of an exciting and collaborative international research partnership with Sapienza University in Rome.

ARTIST ROOMS: ALEX KATZ

30 March – 16 June 2019

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, Carlisle

The popular George Howard Gallery in Old Tullie House has been reimagined in a collaborative exhibition with Prism Art Studio Arts.

Tullie House Museum is delighted to announce that it has been successful in a major funding application to the DCMS / Wolfson Museums and Galleries Improvement Fund to create a stunning new fashion and costume gallery.

If you are joining us on Saturday 3rd November for our spectacular Bonfire Buffet, here is some information to help you plan your day.

Tullie house Museum and Art Gallery has won its third award in the space of a week thanks to VisitEngland.

The latest accolade for the museum is VisitEngland’s ‘Best Told Story’, awarded annually as part of VisitEngland’s Visitor Attraction Quality Scheme.

Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery, along with the help of Specialist Youth Services and a professional street artist, is working with five young people aged between 16-18 who are in touch with the Youth Offending Service to design and paint a mural on the wall in the underpass which connects th

The secret’s out -Tullie House has a hidden garden! A small and tranquil space in the middle of the city, where youth and community groups will work together building a home for nature.

In order to make the garden the perfect space for birds, bees and butterflies, work begins on Thursday 30th of June with Carlisle Young Carers. They will work with Cumbria Bio-Diversity Centre and A&R Landscaping to create a nature trail and to learn about which species of plant will attract local wildlife.

As part of the CELEBRATE: LGBT History in Cumbria Project, photographer and visual artist, Colin Tennant, spent time with a group of older people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community in Cumbria and documented aspects of their lives.