Information about current exhibitions, finding out more information, film and sound archive presentations, local history events, family history courses, other archive events, museum events, Beverley library events and how to book an exhibition or event.
There are temporary exhibitions on display in the Treasure House at the following locations:
You can find out more about current and forthcoming exhibitions by visiting the exhibitions in the Treasure Housepage of the East Riding museums website or downloading our brochure:
Treasure House Exhibitions and Events brochure 2017 (pdf 3mb opens in new window)
Yes, as part of Hull UK City of Culture 2017, the 52nd Wildlife Photographer of the Year Exhibition was loaned to the Treasure House by the Natural History Museum.
It opened on Saturday 11 February 2017 and featured 100 breathtaking images, from fascinating animal behaviour to remarkable wildlife landscapes.
We are delighted to have hosted this world-renowned exhibition, which was an amazing success. Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the most prestigious photography event of its kind, providing a global platform that showcases the natural world's most astonishing and challenging sights for over 50 years.
The exhibition ran from 11 February to 22 April 2017.
More information can be found on the Wildlife Photographer of the Year Facebook page:
Wildlife Photographer of the Year on Facebook (external website)
Other events being held at the Treasure House in will also help celebrate Hull's City of Culture year. Download our brochure for details:
The programme of Archives events at the Treasure House this year is available by visiting the East Riding events system.
Or you can download the latest events brochure:
The programme of Museum events at the Treasure House and Beverley Art Gallery this year is available by visiting the Events page of the East Riding museums website.
You can also search and book all East Riding events online using the East Riding events system.
Bookstart. Ask for details of your free Bookstart pack. Join the Bookstart Bear Club and collect great certificates.
Bounce and Rhyme. Free. Come along and enjoy some fun action songs and rhymes. Booking is essential. Contact Beverley Library on (01482) 392750 for more information and booking.
Story Rhyme and Happy Time! 2:30pm - 3pm. Fun stories read every Tuesday for pre-school children. Admission is free! All children must be accompanied by an adult. Booking not required.
Chatterbooks Book Club. Meets in Beverley Children's Library on the first Thursday of every month. 4.15pm. Suitable for children aged 8-11 years. We have activities and games as well as reading books by our favourite authors and new ones too.
Summer Reading Challenge. Read six books during the summer holidays, come along to weekly sessions at Beverley Library, talk about your books and join in with some exciting activities. Booking is essential from the beginning of July.
Comparethebookclub.com. Meets third Thursday of every month. 4.15pm. Suitable for young people aged 11-16 years. Discuss your favourite books, discover new authors and make new friends.
Readers Group for Adults. Meets in the Treasure House Education Room on the last Thursday of every month. 5.30pm. If you enjoy talking about books then join our friendly discussion group.
6 Book Challenge. For adults who want to improve their reading skills.
Poetry Competition. Enter our annual poetry competition judged by a leading contemporary poet, with over £1000 in prize money. Visit your local library or go to the Beverley Literature Festival website for more information.
Beverley Literature Festival. Three days of great writing and conversation with some of the finest writers around. Visit the Beverley Literature Festival website for more information.
Beverley Literature Festival (external website)
The East Riding events system allows you to search, book and pay online for all our events.