Our main exhibition hall takes the visitor through a year on the farm and depicts the changing work of the farmer through the seasons, charting the inexorable shift from human effort to mechanisation. Many of the items on display date from the early 1800s to the 1960s; a period of major change in agricultural technology.
The upper floor of the gallery is dedicated to an exhibition exploring the history of the Women’s Land Army in World War One and World War Two.
This four seasons building also houses a studio for York Printmakers and the chapel gallery display area housing temporary displays.
The building is fully accessible with a lift linking the two floors.