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Exhibitions and events at the Treasure House

How do I find out about the exhibitions in the Treasure House?

There are temporary exhibitions on display in the Treasure House in the following locations:

  • On the ground floor in the library corridor
  • In the first floor museum gallery alongside the permanent museum display
  • In the first floor corridor which is used as a temporary exhibition gallery
  • In the display case in the cafe
  • In the two galleries of the Beverley Art Gallery.


You can find out more about the current and forthcoming exhibition programmes in each of these by visiting the exhibitions in the Treasure House page of the East Riding museums website.

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What are the Film & Sound Archive presentations this year?

No Film and Sound Archive presentations are currently planned for this year.

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What Archive and Local Studies events are on this year?

Admission £5 per event. Bookingis essential.

The 'Our leaflets' page of the Treasure House website includes a pdf leaflet detailing exhibitions and events being held there this year:

Treasure House and Beverley Art Gallery - Our leaflets (external East Riding website)

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What Museum events are on at the Treasure House this year?

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.

The 'Our leaflets' page of the Treasure House website includes a pdf leaflet detailing exhibitions and events being held there this year:

Treasure House and Beverley Art Gallery - Our leaflets (external East Riding website)

You can also search and book all East Riding events online using the East Riding eventssystem. 

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What events are on in Beverley Library this year?

Babies and pre-school children

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.

Readers Groups

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.

Writers Groups

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)

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How do I book for an event?

The East Riding eventssystem allows you to search, book and pay online for all our events.

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