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The Red House has an impressive trading position, 100 yards from the Minster, close to the main shopping areas and a short walk from York Railway Station.

We are situated on a major junction, adjacent to the Theatre Royal and across from the York Tourist Information Office.

Occupying 3 floors of The Red House, we offer 10 showrooms on 3 floors, including a dedicated vintage room in the attic. There are individual spaces for up to 60 dealers.

With over 30,000 items in stock at any given time, from furniture to jewellery, our friendly staff are here to help you find that unique item or different gift.  We are happy to obtain quotes to deliver any of our items to anywhere in the world.

For collectors we can source that elusive peice from our network of national dealers.

Let us know what you’re looking for and we’ll do our best to help

3 decades of serving the antiques trade in one of York`s historic buildings

The Red House York is an 18th century former town house, situated in the heart of the city centre. It is a Grade 2 listed building which was constructed in 1700 for Sir William Robinson, Lord Mayor of York, and is reputed to be designed by William Etty.
 

The antiques centre business was originally established in Harrogate in 1986 after many years of successful trading in Yorkshire. This new and prestigious site in the City of York opened in the summer of 1999.

Customers now have the opportunity to view one of York`s historic houses and browse through 10 showrooms and over 30,000 items of antiques and collectables.

This is one of York’s “must see” destinations for visitors and collectors alike.

(The Road Train from the National Railway Museum stops right outside too)

One of York`s must see destinations.