The Georgian Theatre Royal is the oldest working theatre in its original form in the UK and Britain’s most complete Georgian playhouse...
Explore Britain's most complete 18th century playhouse; Richmond's Georgian Theatre Royal. See a show in the intimate surroundings of this exceptional theatre, where actors first took to the stage in 1788.
Learn about their working lives and the history of acting, go backstage and tread the boards yourselves - all part of The Georgian Theatre Experience.
Built in 1788 it offers historical tours as well as being a live performance venue.
The Georgian Theatre Royal, Victoria Road, Richmond, DL10 4DW
Tel: 01748 825252
Discover the fascinating story of this distinguished regiment.
Follow more than 300 years of history with our unique collection of military treasures and intensely personal objects; telling of courage, friendship, service and sacrifice.
Our stunning Normanby Room is available for function hire. We welcome groups and special interest groups. Tours and refreshment packages are available.
In the Shop we think we have something to suit everybody - from boy’s toys to glamorous jewellery, from Green Howards t-shirts to commemorative statues.
The Green Howards Museum, Trinity Church Square, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 4QN
Tel: 01748 826561
Come and visit the Gallery of local North Yorkshire Artist Lucy Pittaway to discover a wonderful array of bright and beautiful works of art centred on the animals and landmarks of the region.
Alongside original artwork and a large selection of limited and open edition prints, the Gallery shop stocks a lovely selection of greetings cards, calendars, notebooks and other gifts to remember Yorkshire by.
We have galleries in Richmond on Finkle Street and in Brompton-on-Swale on Station Road.
22-24 Finkle Street, Richmond, North Yorkshire, DL10 4QB
Telephone: 01748 824 688
The Station is a stunning riverside Victorian railway building; brought back to life as an art gallery and exhibition space, community venue for groups, meetings and classes, and home to a variety of independent businesses.
With a contemporary café bar and restaurant, exhibition galleries and 3D art store, award-winning artisan food producers, three-screen cinema and meeting rooms, we're a hub for community activities and courses too, such as photography, singing, crafts and language lessons.
The Station is managed by the Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust. It's truly amazing what a little charity can do.
Why not come and see for yourself?
The Station, Station Yard, Richmond, North Yorkshire DL10 4LD
Telephone: 01748 850123
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