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National Railway Museum

York, UK 1.4 mi away
#1 of 231 things to do in York
... well worth a visit free as well but they like you to make a donation to the Museum which s fair the trains are spectacular especially the Mallard it takes you back to another era of history great place to visit
Awesome well worth a visit especially the underground vaults decent ly priced helpful staff amazing stained glass windows beautiful architecture spent about one and a half hours exploring
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#1 of 1 things to do in Acomb
The lady that welcomed us was very friendly & knowledgable , will definitely be going back in the next half term.
You can request age restrictions before the session starts so we knew all options would be age-appropriate.

York Minster

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#2 of 231 things to do in York
This is a great architectural (Gothic) gem in the city and is visible on the city skyline from most of the city, It is well worth a visit and is a great place to explore and to Worship.
We also attended Choral Evensong and found that the combination of the rich sound of the organ, the harmonious singing of the choir, together with the timeless ritual of processions, prayer and readings, within su...
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Brew York

York, UK 2.2 mi away
#6 of 231 things to do in York
Great place!! Called here with colleagues as in York for business, and had the best pint I've ever tasted, perfect!
Service was superb - guy behind the bar really knowledgeable and gave us a selection of beers to sample - all amazing - clearly my aversion to dark beers needs a rethink - the milk stout was a triumph.
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York Castle Museum

York, UK 2.1 mi away
#10 of 231 things to do in York
Great museum with lot to see for adults and kids alike , clever layout with informative displays , the Victorian street with all its shops and smells is very well done and well worth a visit
You can easily spend 2-3 hrs going around the museum There is plenty to see and a good place to see the history of York There were several exhibits ranging from Vivian Westwood to stories of the First World War Th...
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Holy Trinity Church

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#12 of 231 things to do in York
Such a beautiful church where my partner and I both lit candles for our past fathers,family and friends,it was free when we was there and well worth a visit to this hidden gem.
The knowledge and dedication of the guides and volunteers is next to none.
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York Cold War Bunker

York, UK 0.5 mi away
#11 of 231 things to do in York
Fascinating - a perfectly preserved slice of Cold War history and sobering, especially at the moment, with the threat of nuclear war probably greater than it has been for decades.
A very interesting visit to see what went on inside one of these "Cold War Bunkers", a great tour round most of the rooms with an informative video, the guy that took our group was very knowledgeable and was happy...
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York's Chocolate Story

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#19 of 231 things to do in York
The York chocolate story is well worth a visit, the guided tour is excellent with lots of history of York’s involvements and a taster in the different areas finishing up with making chocolate lollipops at the end
the tour is very informative and full of fun and of course you just have to try all the samples along the way, Thank you for a great tour, I highly recommend this trip.
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Fairfax House

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#17 of 231 things to do in York
However I did get the names of the other volunteers and would love to say a huge thank you to John Wilson, David Yates, Andrew Hingston, Simon Duckett, Linda Ferguson and Dorothy Ebdon?
Well worth a visit, there is a very knowledgeable person in each of the rooms who willingly gives you the history of it, very informative and interesting
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Merchant Adventurers' Hall

York, UK 2.1 mi away
#16 of 231 things to do in York
Set in delightful gardens which were at their best when I visited on a warm, sunny day, the whole building exudes an atmosphere of history and the information provided throughout the tour is fascinating.
Amazing building and full of history from it's foundations to the displays inside, well worth a visit or book it for your wedding
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The York Army Museum

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#15 of 231 things to do in York
We planned a quick visit and then spent two hours in what is a compact museum in which we kept discovering new and fascinating information.. Congratulations to the team that put this museum together - it's a model...
... is small compared to other museums I have been to but still very interesting the exhibits were very interesting and very informative with detailed explanation plaques next to the exhibits well worth a visit
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Treasurer's House

York, UK 2.1 mi away
#27 of 231 things to do in York
Amazing looking building with a fantastic history really interesting walk around there is an audio commentary which is very good well worth a visit if in york on holiday
Was a particularly windy day so getting in the house was a pleasure in itself, but once in and with guides telling you lots of facts, it made a really interesting visit.
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York Theatre Royal

York, UK 1.9 mi away
#29 of 231 things to do in York
... sister and I into town every year for the pantomime, always great and full of laughs!! Unfortunately Berwick Kaler has stopped doing it after 40 years, but still has written this year’s panto, Sleeping Beauty.
Sleeping Beauty


York, UK 2.1 mi away
#25 of 231 things to do in York
... young, myself and my husband (both in our 30s) really enjoyed it though and I can imagine slightly older children having a great time as well as learning a lot! Overall a great couple of hours - highly recommend!
He kept the boys (and us) engaged in the hands on activities and his knowledge helped us to understand the different histories of York through the years and how much you can learn through discovered bones and poo!
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Jorvik Viking Centre

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#32 of 231 things to do in York
Fantastic interaction centre with excellent knowledgable staff.The ride round the Viking village was superb with all the displays looking so real and authentic.Highly recommend a visit.
Jorvik has been refurbished since my last visit, and is excellent, the Vikings looked very life like, the staff knowledgeable and very helpful really enjoyed our visit and will return, very good value for money
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The Rose Window

York, UK 2.1 mi away
#9 of 231 things to do in York
We waited for the sun to come from behind the clouds and were rewarded by a spectacular array of colours on the window.
It is a magnificent piece of glass and compares well with the much older East Window.

St. Michael le Belfrey Church

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#31 of 231 things to do in York
In the shadow of the MInister but well worth a visit in its own right, this beautiful church is very active pastorally, with Alpha courses and outreach services running all the year round.
well worth a visit guided tour with helpful staff to answer ?
#35 of 231 things to do in York
... from a tidal race, a beautiful old building steeped in history and stories, there iss lovely hidden chapel and even more hidden Priest hole, that gives a glimpse into a life of secrecy that was led in yesteryear.
It is the oldest working convent in England which was initially, formed as a school due to the lack of Catholic education after the dissolution of the monasteries.
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York Art Gallery

York, UK 1.8 mi away
#41 of 231 things to do in York
At the moment there is a special exhibition of beautiful pots and buttons by the wonderful Dame Lucy Rie, and an interesting video with her and David Attenborough, together with the gallery’s own imaginatively dis...
... of paintings by renowned York artist William Etty are to be found in this gallery ,theres a very impressive statue to William Etty in front of York Art Gallery that dominates the wonderful Exhibition Square.
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Yorkshire Air Museum

York, UK 7.0 mi away
#7 of 231 things to do in York
Wonderful Museum,Naafi and shop,filled with historic aircraft including The Halifax Bomber which flew during the Second World War.Some fantastic modern Jets to view and many Nissan huts to visit with fantastic dis...
It is run by volunteers, who were extremely knowledgeable and were very helpful to us - so do ask any questions as you go around as they have great stories to tell! Special thanks to David, a Tour Guide on that da...
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York Mansion House

York, UK 1.9 mi away
#37 of 231 things to do in York
We was visiting York for a two night break and the weather was very bad lots of rain in the last few days of November 2018 we visited the Mansion House really good value for money ie £5 each for concessions we spe...
Every room is beautiful and has been painstakingly restored and the volunteers are so helpful and informative.
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Yorkshire Museum

York, UK 1.7 mi away
#42 of 231 things to do in York
... but also a lot of history about York such as ancient artefacts found, well preserved human skeletons, coins, helmets etc etc. Set over three floors you can easily wander in an out of rooms for a couple of hours.
I think this museum of York’s history is well presented.It is a very interesting display and is well worth a visit.The museum is very clean and tidy with good toilet facilities.when
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#43 of 231 things to do in York
Came yesterday with daughter and granddaughter daughter, great great shopping, South side, high Street stores, North side posher stores ( Ralph Lauren, Superdry, Mulberry, Uggs ) shops for all the family, Papercha...
An abundance of shops to look at and some really nice shops at that so much choice and outlets to look at some lovely things and some great bargains well worth a visit if in york

Goddards House and Garden

York, UK 1.5 mi away
#20 of 231 things to do in York
A lot of Terry chocolate memories here in the various rooms, so close to the centre but a peaceful getaway too!!! Well worth a visit and the lunch was very enjoyable with variety.
This is a lovely-looking house and if you are lucky enough to visit on a bright sunny day - as we did - then the beautifully-kept gardens are a delight (the lavender was in full bloom when we visited).
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Yorkshire Antiques.com

York, UK 2.2 mi away
#57 of 231 things to do in York
#52 of 231 things to do in York
... and who had a genuine passion for the topic and history in general, museum is small but still worth a visit, entry ticket is valid for 12 months and also the ticket gives access to the Henry V11 museum too.
We bought the Jorvik medieval pass for £6 each (student price) which meant we could also visit the Henry VII experience and Barley Hall, both which were excellent!
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Grand Opera House

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#51 of 231 things to do in York
What a lovely theatre and venue, really enjoyed our visit here to see a snapshot of "Dusty Springfield" in song.
So a really interesting view We use one of the theatre cards to get discounts on ticket prices - it’s well worth it !

Bannatyne Health Club & Spa - York

Nether Poppleton 1.7 mi away
#1 of 1 things to do in Nether Poppleton
The staff were very friendly and helpfull and we had a facial and a back massage which we found very relaxing in a soft lighted room with lovely music also the relaxation room was so nice and calming.
Took my mum today for a birthday treat, lovely relaxing day, and we both thoroughly enjoyed our treatments with Neola,fabulous massage!

Pyramid Gallery

York, UK 2.0 mi away
#62 of 231 things to do in York
A beautiful collection of handmade gifts
Well worth a visit

York Park & Ride

York, UK 1.9 mi away
#14 of 231 things to do in York
Free parking and frequent buses into the city centre, hassle free transport with lots of stops, p;enty of seats and reasonable prices for a return trip..... Will definitely use again.
This transport makes the journey into the City relaxed & easy The buses are running at regular intervals for the return journey