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June 21, 2018 by admin

York Minster

Located at the very heart of York’s city centre, the Minster is one of York’s most magnificent attractions. From climbing the central tower to see York in all of its glory to exploring the undercroft below ground, there is so much to see and do in this magnificent cathedral.

York Minster

Clifford’s Tower

Dating back to 1068 when Norman the Conqueror had come to the north of England, Clifford’s Tower has stood the test of time, remaining virtually unchanged since it was first built. The tower offers fantastic views of the city and the Minster, and has some incredible history behind it; infamous highwayman Dick Turpin was once imprisoned here under a false identity.

Clifford's Tower York

The Walls

Walking the city walls are a great way to stretch your legs. Surrounding the city centre, the walls offer the perfect way to see the streets of York from above. Access to the walls is completely free of charge and is a popular activity for residents and tourists alike.

York City Walls

Jorvik Viking Centre

Jorvik Viking Centre is a perfect destination for both children and adults alike. The centre is the site of one of modern archaeology’s most incredible Viking discoveries, features a ride and state of the art animatronic characters to bring the Vikings to life. Jorvik has managed to attract 18 million visitors in the past thirty years.

Jorvik Viking Centre

Jorvik Dig

Let your kids discover the fun side of archaeology! Located in York city centre DIG gives children the chance to DIG, delve & discover history, hands on……

Jorvik Dig

York Dungeons

York Dungeons is the perfect destination for thrill-seekers and horror-lovers. The dungeons bring the gruesome history of York to life with Dick Turpin and the Vikings running wild within. The 75-minute-long journey consists of shows, stories and an immersive experience.

York Dungeon

National Railway Museum

Immerse yourself in the home of iconic locomotives and an unrivalled collection of engineering brilliance at the National Railway Museum

National Railway Museum

Museum Gardens

The Museum Gardens offer an opportunity for some peace and tranquility. The paths through the gardens wind around stunning ruins of St Mary’s Abbey. In summer, the gardens are perfect for a picnic and in winter, they are transformed into a magical winter wonderland. The Museum Gardens are home to over 40 species of birds and Yorkshire’s oldest working observatory.

Museum Gardens York

York Chocolate Story

Discover the stories behind the greatest names in chocolate on our fully guided, interactive tour. Journey through the city where chocolate made history

York Chocolate Story

Merchant Adventurer’s Hall

This Grade 1 listed building is a museum that shows off all York has to offer, including rare artefacts and incredible architecture. Standing strong after 660 years of history, the hall invites you the ‘discover the secrets’ hidden in its walls.

Merchant Adventurers Hall

Betty’s Tea Room

No visit to York is complete without a trip to the famous Café Tea Rooms on St Helen’s Square.

Betty's Tea Room
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