Gallery and Museum in Carlisle
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery is a museum covers 2000 years of history of the city of Carlisle, England. The museum is housed in a converted Jacobean mansion, with extensions added when it was converted. At first the building contained the museum and also a library, an art school and a technical school.
‘The Roman Frontier: stories beyond Hadrian’s Wall’ gallery is a permanent exhibition which showcases Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery’s significant Roman collections along with items on loan from the British Museum.
The art gallery is the best equipped in the North of England, featuring work by artists from tomorrow’s hall of fame, whilst the old Tullie House contains a large number of Pre-Raphaelite paintings and drawings.
The Tullie House Lookout rotunda was unveiled in 2011, and has a marvelous views over the castle and cathedral.