With a National Art Pass you get
Fairfax House is regarded as one of the finest Georgian townhouses in England.
A classical architectural masterpiece, it was originally the winter home of Viscount Fairfax and his daughter Anne. Its richly decorated interiors and magnificent stucco ceilings were designed by York's most distinguished 18th-century architect, John Carr, who was commissioned by the Viscount to create a place where he and his Anne could enjoy the bleak months in comfort and grandeur. During the 1760s Fairfax House hosted many glittering engagements of 'polite society'.
In the 20th century the house was re-purposed as a cinema and dance hall, until York Civic Trust took ownership of the building in the 1980s and restored to its former glory. Today visitors are transported back to the Georgian era, the house reflecting the tastes and fashions of the day – not just in architecture and decoration – but also food and furnishings.
Enter The Wild World and create your creature
Be part of a nationwide celebration of wildlife and nature. Add your museum inspired creation to The Wild World and be part of a huge collective artwork created by children across the UK.
The more you see, the more we do.
The National Art Pass lets you enjoy free entry to hundreds of museums, galleries and historic places across the UK, while raising money to support them.