love anything that is traditional and historical. York is a great place and all the old streets and shops and buildings
This is a wonderful hidden gem tucked away behind the shops on Goodramgate. You can find the entrance next to the rubber stamps shop. We were lucky to be able to visit as the church had been burgled the day before, but as we had gone to visit the church Euan took us round and provided some delightful insights into... More
This very old church situated off Petergate and Goodramgate has an unusual secret. Was it the place of the first Lesbian Marriage in the UK. You will need to delve into its history to find out the truth. Well worth a visit to see something this old and so well preserved in the heart of the city. After your visit... More
You could easily miss the entrance as you stroll along Goodramgate. it is a very old church set in a tranquil garden and no longer used for services. Historically, it is very interesting as it houses some box pews surviving from the seventeenth century. In many churches these were destroyed in the nineteenth century making these a rarity today. There... More
It is a preserved church which has not changed much over the centuries. It is a small peaceful church sited behind the busy centre of York. and with a restful garden with seats.
A lovely old church set in a beautiful garden (a few old graves too) - an idyllic tranquil setting in the middle of the city. Extraordinary box pews and old photos on display, plus helpful people on hand to tell you more. Worth a visit and then drink it all in, sitting in the garden.
This is a beautiful little church that is tucked away off one of the main streets.There is a lovely little garden around it where you can sit and enjoy the peace and quiet.At this time of the year there are spring flowers.The church does not have electric lighting , the floors are all uneven the pews are very old .... More
Visited this church after being told about it by Trevor on our ghost Walk. Tucked away behind the small York Streets. We are not church goers but found this place fascinating, it still has the original box pews which most churches got rid of by the Victorians and is well worth a visit as it is packed full of history.
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