Project Tullie is Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery’s ambitious plan to transform the museum into a flagship cultural hub for the North West.
As part of this project, Tullie House has launched a visitor survey to gather people’s views about the museum, its collections, programmes and facilities.
The results of the survey will inform the planning behind Project Tullie and help shape the future of Tullie House.
“We value the opinions of our visitors very highly and feel it’s important to include past, current and potential visitors in our exciting plans to transform the museum.” Amy Walker, Head of Programme & Development and Project Tullie Manager
To take part in the visitor survey, please visit the Tullie House website.
The survey will be open until Tuesday 24 September.
Tullie House Museum and Art Gallery is a nationally important museum and centre for learning which inspires hundreds of thousands of visitors every year. It is also a tourist attraction that contributes significantly to Carlisle’s visitor economy. Tullie House aims to deliver outstanding art and heritage for everyone; from the local to the global community. It achieves this through its world-class collections, award-winning exhibitions and engagement programmes.