We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
All reviews lantern tower lovely church city centre original church lovely stained glass worth a stop steeped in history on display well worth a visit dragoon pulpit guild guard century badge soldiers memorial
Lovely church in the centre of York, open to the public every day. Some good information dotted around inside about the church and it's history. The lantern tower is fascinating - used in the past to guide people, coaches into York
Parish of All Saints' Pavement is a lovely church in the centre of York. We came across it by chance, while walking the streets of York. It was a nice change to see this church. Really lovely inside and at the time of our visit...More
The wonderful poppies on display at the Church were a poignant sight to behold. My husband and I visited to see the poppies cascading down the walls outside the Church and then went in to see the various displays inside. There were several pictures of...More
The church is not big but the badge of various guild and army regiment and branches give you a feeling of being so close to local resident.
The window glass is marvelous. I came on Remembrance Sunday and 100 anniversary of WW1 armistice and the...More
I have to admit that my favorite thing about this church is the name. Apparently having pavement in front of achurch was anew and wonderful invention. But it is also a lovely and serene space with a beautifully carved pulpit and lovely stained glass.
This place is beautiful inside and out. It is easily accessible from many main heritage and shopping areas - including Yorvik and the Shambles.
The use that was made of the lantern tower is so important, as a historical beacon leading people into York and...More
Wonderful to find such a tranquil place in the centre of a busy city.
A church steeped in history. Exquisite font, stunning windows, one of which is a memorial to soldiers lost in Afghanistan. Detailed information leaflets freely available. Well worth a visit. Well Worth...More
Parish Of All Saints ,Pavement is a wonderful city centre church that looks absolutely lovely.
The church dates from the 14th century with alterations to the original church taking place in 1780 and 1834.
The church is free to enter and the wonderful stained glass...More
We found this church in the centre of York and were delighted to find the door unlocked. Inside. it is a peaceful haven from the busy traffic outside. The furnishings are of interest and the west window is a reconstruction of 14c work. The distinctive...More
All Saints Pavement is situated right in the centre of the busy city of York. A very peaceful quite place with some wonderful architecture. Especially interesting is the pulpit with its elaborate carving and inscriptions.
The church is well worth a visit.