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TOURIST ATTRACTIONS & PLACES TO SEE


York Minster

York Minster is one of the finest and largest Medieval Gothic cathedrals in the world. It contains beautiful stained glass windows dating back to the 13th and 14th century. For more details you can visit York Minster's website.

Jorvik Viking Centre

After the discovery of the preserved remains of Jorvik they created the reconstruction on the very same site where the remains where unearthed. For further information visit the Jorvik Viking Centre website.

Shambles

With buildings dating back to 1350 the Shambles one of the best preserved medieval streets in Europe. The above link is The Shambles, York's Official website.

York Race Course

Enjoy a memorable day at the races and be part of a major sporting and social event. For further details visit York Race Course Website.

York Dungeon

Step back in time to see over 2000 years of gruesome history including Highwayman Dick Turpin and the notorious Guy Fawkes. For more information visit York Dungeon's website.

York Castle Museum

Travel through four hundred years of Britain taking a walk down atmospheric Victorian and Edwardian streets, seeing how people lived through the centuries and so much more. For further details visit the York Castle museum Website.

York Art Gallery

Take a walk through the galleries to discover 600 years of some of Europe's finest art. For more information visit York Art Gallery's website.

National Railway Museum

See the collection of locomotives , rolling stock powered units, carriages and wagons which tell the railway story from Rocket to Eurostar. For more details visit the National Railway Museum's website.

Clifford's Tower

The tower stands on a high mound erected by William the Conquerer. The tower was originally built from wood but was burnt down in 1190 by Jews committing mass suicide within the tower. The tower was rebuilt in stone and later named Clifford's Tower after Roger de Clifford, who was hanged there in 1322. See their website for further details.

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For more information on York Attractions, Dining Out, History, Tours, Events and things to do visit: www.insideyork.co.uk