• Reconstructed
  • Re-imagined
  • Rebuilt
  • Scenes
  • From History

The Durham Exchequer House 

was built in the 1440s and is one of the oldest buildings on Palace Green in the city of Durham.
The building housed the Chancery court and the bishops financial offices, where he could manage his land his tenants and his business.
Durhams Chancery court was of national importance. It was one of only two courts outside Westminster where equity disputes could be settled.

historic reconstruction and illustration
historic reconstruction and illustration

Slide left and right over the images to compare the Exchequer from the 1400’s and the building as it exists today.

This project was commissioned to illustrate the architectural and functional evolution of the building over its 600 year life span and it is planned for opening to the public with guided tours.

The tour begins with an 8 minute illustrated introductory movie followed by a guided tour, explaining and describing the spaces with help from interactive, panoramic ‘step back in time’ scenes, displayed on a hand held tablet.

Scenes from the Panoramic Tour & Movie

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