York Minster

York Minster

York Minster sits at the heart of the City of York and should not be missed when visiting York.

Visit the web site for history, service times and things to do in the Minster


Jorvik Viking Centre

Jorvik Viking Centre

At Jorvik Viking Centre you are standing on the site of one of the most famous discoveries of modern archaeology.

These incredible discoveries enabled us to build the Jorvik Viking Centre on the very site where the excavations had taken place.


National Rail Museum

National Rail Museum

The National Railway Museum in York and Shildon is home to the UK’s national rail collection. It includes museum visitor info, events, exhibitions and collections.


York Castle Museum

Step back in time and see how the Victorians lived.


Clifford's Tower

Clifford’s Tower

The stunning panoramic views from the top of Clifford’s Tower, out over the historic city of York, makes it one of the most popular attractions in Yorkshire.

Set on a tall mound in the heart of Old York, this imposing tower is almost all that remains of York Castle, which was originally built by William the Conqueror.


York City Walls

York City Walls

York City walls are the longest medieval town walls in England, they are 3.4 kilometres long and about 2.5 million visitors walk them every year.

They are beautifully preserved and the best part is it is free to walk them. It takes approximately 2 hours to get right round or you can do it in small sections.



For more information on restaurants, attractions and events see Visit York.