The Yorkshire Museum sits in the heart of the York Museum Gardens in the centre of York and offers a unique venue for celebrations, corporate functions, or ceremonies. The Neoclassical building was completed in 1831 to hold one of Britain’s oldest public museums. Now, cutting-edge displays house beautiful treasures of Yorkshire’s archaeological and scientific past.
The light and airy galleries are a wonderful space to host any event for up to 300 people.
Get 25% off venue hire if you book and hold your conference before 31 March 2018 - contact us to find out more.
The Yorkshire Museum’s Tempest Anderson Hall seats 295 for lectures, award ceremonies or film-screenings (it is used annually for York's Aesthetica Film Festival) and is available for both day-time hire and for most evenings. It has high-quality audio visual technology and can be hired in conjunction with The Hospitium.
The Yorkshire Museum is an ideal venue for a drinks reception or buffet for up to 300 people using the Main Hall and Medieval Gallery. We can also host stunning banquets in the Main Hall for up to 30 guests. Take a look at the practical details here.