Many of the works of Yorke native artists have been preserved. Since its founding in 1892, it has also collected fine works of art from Western Europe over the past six centuries. As far as a local gallery is concerned, it is quite a good scale. The main collections are Yorke-themed paintings. The gallery is free of charge, but there is a donation box. Please donate 3 pounds. When I went there, I was holding an oil painting exhibition. I went in and carefully browsed for a long time. The level of appreciation was limited, but the feeling was very realistic. There is a showroom dedicated to the historical events of the artificially arsoned Yorkshire Cathedral, which helps to understand the attitude of ordinary people towards religion.