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York is a historic city walled city at the confluence of the Ouse and Foss rivers in North Yorkshire, England. The community is the traditional county seat of the historic county of Yorkshire, after which it is named. The city has a rich heritage and served as a background for major political events in England during its two millennia. The city offers a wealth of historic attractions, of which York Minster is the best known, and a variety of cultural and sporting activities that make it a popular destination. The city was founded by the Romans as Eboracum in 71 AD. It became the capital of the Roman province of Britannia Inferior and later the kingdoms of Northumbria and Jórvík. In the Middle Ages, York became an important trading center for wool and became the capital of the Church of England's Northern Church Province, a role it has retained.

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Jorvik Viking Centre

Coppergate, YO1 9WT, York
The Jorvik Viking Center is a museum and attraction for visitors to York, England, with lifelike mannequins and life-sized dioramas depicting the life of the Vikings in the city. It was founded in 1984 by the York Archaeological Trust. His name derives from Jórvík, the Old Norse name of the city of York.
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York Castle Museum

Eye of York, YO1 9RY, York
The York Castle Museum is a museum in York, North Yorkshire, England, on the site of York Castle, which was originally built by William the Conqueror in 1068. Founded in 1938 by John L. Kirk, the museum itself is housed in prison buildings constructed in the 18th century on the grounds of the castle, the debtor's prison and the women's prison.
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National Railway Museum

Leeman Road, YO26 4XJ
The National Railway Museum is a museum in York that is part of the British Science Museum Group's National Museum and tells the story of rail transport in Britain and its impact on society. It has won several awards, including the European Museum of the Year in 2001. It houses the national collection of historically significant railway vehicles as well as a collection of other artifacts, as well as written and pictorial documents.
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York's Chocolate Story

King's Square, York, YO1 7LD, UK
Prepare for a delicious tour to learn all about chocolate in York. Then enjoy the café and buy a chocolate treat.
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Micklegate Bar Museum

Micklegate, YO1 6JX, York
This royal gate welcomes the monarchs, who have been entering the city since 1389.
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York Dungeon

YO1 9RD
York Dungeon is a tourist attraction in York, England. York Dungeon shows the history of the dungeon through drama shows, special effects, and representations of models and objects. The York Dungeons were reopened in March 2013 following a closure phase due to severe flooding.
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Barley Hall

Coffee Yard, YO1 8AR, York
Barley Hall is a reconstructed medieval townhouse in the city of York, England. Originally built around 1360 by the monks of Nostell Priory, it was later enlarged in the 15th century. The property declined slowly and was severely divided in the 19th and 20th centuries, and was in an increasingly poorer physical condition. It was purchased by the York Archaeological Trust in 1987, renamed Barley Hall, and converted into a museum in a controversial project.
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Richard III Museum

YO1 7LQ
This museum will allow you to remember the days of the infamous King Richard III of England. With funny comments to experience.
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Roman Bath

9 St Sampsons Square, York, YO1 8RN, UK
A unique combination of a tavern and a museum that offers you knowledge, experience and a nice mug of beer.
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Sports

Rowntree Park

Terry Avenue, York, YO23 1JQ, UK
Rowntree Park is a 20-acre park in York, England open to the public, featuring children's playgrounds, tennis courts, bowling greens, basketball court, skateboarding area and general areas for picnicking. The park also features a large lake, a canal and a water cascade, and is home to many ducks, swans and Canada geese. The park's outdoor swimming pool was demolished in the face of strong public protest in the 1980s.It was created in memory of employees of Rowntree's who died in World War I, and was opened in July 1921 by local entrepreneur and philanthropist Joseph Rowntree. The gates at the riverbank entrance are eighteenth-century and were given by the company as a memorial to the people of York who died in World War II. Rowntree Park celebrated its 85th anniversary on 16 July 2006 with an open day. In 2006 the park won a Green Flag Award. This is awarded for reaching the English and Welsh national standard for parks and green spaces.
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Restaraunts

Shambles

Shambles, City Centre, York, YO1 7LZ, UK
The Shambles is an old street in York, England, with overhanging half-timbered houses, some dating back to the 14th century. It was once known as The Great Flesh Shambles, probably by the Anglo-Saxon Fleshammels, the word for the shelves that the butchers used to present their flesh. It was not until 1872 that there were twenty-five butchers along the road, but today there are none left. The street was mentioned in the Doomsday Book of 1086. Many of the buildings today date from the years 1350 to 1475. Among the structures of the Shambles is a shrine for Saint Margaret Clitherow, who was married to a butcher who was there in a shop in No. 2. 10 Shambles lived and lived there. Her home is now a Cufflinks shop, Cuffs & Co, and features the priest-hole chimney that eventually led to her death.
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Newgate Market

5 Silver Street, York YO1 8RY, UK
This daily open market is full of different goods and everyone can find something interesting here, from food to fashion items.
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The Black Swan

YO1 7PR
This cozy pub will amaze you with its unique atmosphere, fed by the 16th-century half-timbered house and the spirits.
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Treasurer's House

Minster Yard, YO1 7JL, York
The Treasurer's House in York, North Yorkshire, England is a Grade I listed historic house owned by the National Trust who also maintain its garden. It is located directly to the North of York Minster.
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King's Manor

Exhibition Square, York, YO1 7EP, UK
The King's Manor is a Grade I listed building in York, England, and is part of the University of York.
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York Brewery

12 Toft Green, YO1 6JT
This brewery was established back in the 16th century and opened to public in 1996. Taste some of their beers, such as Centurion's Ghost Ale.
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Earl Grey Tea Rooms

13-14 Shambles, YO1 7LZ
Visit this lovely tea room for a nice cup of tea, but remember not to eat too much as the high tea comes with some tasty scones as well.
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York Racecourse

Tadcaster Road Dringhouses, York, YO23 1EX, UK
York Racecourse is a horse racing venue in York, North Yorkshire, England. It is the third biggest racecourse in Britain in terms of total prize money offered, and second behind Ascot in prize money offered per meeting. It attracts around 350,000 racegoers per year and stages three of the UK's 36 annual Group 1 races – the Juddmonte International Stakes, the Nunthorpe Stakes and the Yorkshire Oaks.
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Going Out

York Theatre Royal

St Leonard's Place, YO1 7HD
York Theatre Royal is a theatre in St. Leonard's Place, York, England, which dates back to 1744. The theatre currently seats 847 people. This reduced capacity takes into account removal of the mixing position seats and the stage side boxes which are normally not sold. Whilst the theatre is traditionally a proscenium theatre, it was reconfigured for a season in 2011 to offer productions in-the-round.
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York Art Gallery

Exhibition Square, YO1 7EW, York
York Art Gallery in York, England is a public art gallery with a collection of paintings from 14th-century to contemporary, prints, watercolours, drawings, and ceramics. It closed for major redevelopment in 2013, reopening in summer of 2015. It is managed by York Museums Trust.
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Grand Opera House York

Cumberland St, York, YO1 9SW, UK
The Grand Opera House is a theatre in York, England. It is operated as part of the Ambassador Theatre Group. It plays host to touring productions of plays, musicals, opera and ballet, one-off performances by comedians, and other theatrical and musical events. The theatre has been designated a Grade II listed building by English Heritage.
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Hiking

Clifford's Tower

Tower Street, YO1 9SA
The silent witness to York's long history was built by William the Conqueror and is the last remnant of York Castle. It is thought to have had a variety of uses - from a well-guarded treasury to a jail. Come and discover the unique ancient atmosphere.
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Museum Gardens

Museum St, York, YO1 7FR, UK
These gardens, located in the center of old York, are full of beautiful fauna, flora, interesting buildings and hide some geocaches!
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Goddards Garden

27 Tadcaster Road, York, YO24 1GG, UK
This lovely house was home to York's chocolate magnate, Noel Goddard Terry. Apart from the interior, you can explore the beautiful gardens.
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Sightseeing

York Minster

Minster Yard, YO1 7HH
The cathedral and the Metropolitan Church of Saint Peter in York, commonly known as York Minster, is the cathedral of York, England, and is one of the largest of its kind in Northern Europe. The cathedral is the seat of the Archbishop of York, the second highest office of the Church of England, and is the mother church of the diocese of York and the province of York. It is led by a Dean and a chapter under the Dean of York.
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City Walls

1B High Petergate, York, YO1 7EN, UK
York has been defended by walls of one form or another since Roman times. To this day, substantial parts of the walls have survived, and York has more miles of intact walls than any other city in England. They are variously known as York City Walls, the Bar Walls and the Roman Walls.
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Remains of Saint Mary's Abbey

Museum St, York, YO1 7FR, UK
The Abbey of St. Mary is a ruined Benedictine abbey in York, England, and a Grade II listed building.
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Roman Column

Do not forget to look at this impressive piece of Roman architecture in York Minster, which reminds you of York's distant past.
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The Parish of All Saints, North Street

North St, York, YO1 6JD, UK
The main attraction of this medieval Anglican church are the stained glass windows that represent the signs of the end of the world.
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Merchant Adventurers' Hall

Fossgate, YO1 9XD, York
This hall, formerly a seat of a guild of merchants, is now open to public, presenting the Great Hall, the Undercroft and the Chapel.
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York Cold War Bunker

Monument Close, YO24 4HT
Explore this silent reminder of the Cold War period with a guided tour and don't miss the decontamination room!
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Mansion House

St Helen's Square, YO1 9QL
The Mansion House in York, England is the home of the Lord Mayors of York during their term in office. It is situated in St Helen's Square, where York's Coney Street and Lendal intersect in the city centre. It is built in an early Georgian style. The Mansion House is the earliest purpose built house for a Lord Mayor still in existence and predates the Mansion House in London by at least twenty years. The foundation stone for the Mansion House was laid in 1725, with the building being completed seven years later in 1732. The architect who designed the Mansion House is unknown, although the frontage may be by William Etty.
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Fairfax House

Castlegate, YO1 9RN
Fairfax House is a Georgian townhouse located at No. 27, Castlegate, York, England, near Clifford's Tower and York Castle Museum. It was probably built in the early 1740s for a local merchant and in 1759 it was purchased by Charles Gregory Fairfax, 9th Viscount Fairfax of Emley, who arranged for the interior to be remodelled by John Carr. After the Viscount's death in 1772, the house was sold and subsequently passed through a number of local families before spending some time as a Gentleman's Club, a Building Society and a cinema. The property was bought by York Civic Trust in the 1980s and completely restored to its former grandeur. Fairfax House is now a museum open to the public and a Grade I listed building.
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Traveling

YorkBoat

Lendal Bridge, York, YO1 7DP, UK
If you want to experience a different side of York, explore it with one of YorkBoat's many cruises!
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York

York railway station is on the East Coast Main Line in the United Kingdom, serving the city of York, North Yorkshire. It is 188 miles 40 chains north of London King's Cross and on the main line it is situated between Doncaster to the south and Thirsk to the north. As of June 2018 the station is operated by London North Eastern Railway.York's station is a key junction approximately halfway between London and Edinburgh. It is approximately five miles north of the point where the Cross Country and TransPennine Express routes via Leeds join the main line, connecting Scotland and the North East, North West, Midlands and southern England. The junction was historically a major site for rolling stock manufacture, maintenance and repair. In Britain's 100 Best Railway Stations by Simon Jenkins, the station was one of only ten to be awarded five stars.
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York

Station Road, YO24 1AB
York railway station is on the East Coast Main Line in the United Kingdom, serving the city of York, North Yorkshire. It is 188 miles 40 chains north of London King's Cross and on the main line it is situated between Doncaster to the south and Thirsk to the north. As of June 2018 the station is operated by London North Eastern Railway.York's station is a key junction approximately halfway between London and Edinburgh. It is approximately five miles north of the point where the Cross Country and TransPennine Express routes via Leeds join the main line, connecting Scotland and the North East, North West, Midlands and southern England. The junction was historically a major site for rolling stock manufacture, maintenance and repair. In Britain's 100 Best Railway Stations by Simon Jenkins, the station was one of only ten to be awarded five stars.
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Hotels

The Bar Convent

17 Blossom Street, YO24 1AQ, York
The Convent of the Institute of the Blessed Virgin at Micklegate Bar, York, better known as The Bar Convent, is the oldest surviving Roman Catholic convent in England, established in 1686. The laws of England at this time prohibited the foundation of Catholic convents and as a result of this, the convent was both established and operated in secret. Frances Bedingfeld, a member of the Sisters of Loreto, signed the deeds for the land the convent was to be built upon on 5 November 1686, under the alias Frances Long. Today, The Bar Convent is a popular York destination for tourists and offers bed and breakfast accommodation, meeting rooms, a gift shop, café and museum exhibition about the Convent's history.
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Travelodge York Central

90 Piccadilly, YO1 9NX, York

The Grand Hotel & Spa

Station Rise, YO1 6GD

York Holiday Cycle Stop

YO19 5UD, Holtby

Travelodge - York Hull Road Hotel

Hull Road, YO10 3LF, York

Naburn Station

YO19 4RW

Youth Hostel York

Water End, YO30 6LP

Ace York

88-90 Micklegate, YO1 6JX, York

Premier Inn York North West