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Best things to do in York

Park
“Nice place to hang out. Visit the observatory and the remains of the Abbey - or go to the museum itself”
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Science Museum
“Step back in time to see, learn and understand about the history of the railways and how through the years train travel has become more advanced. They also host many events throughout the year. ”
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Kunstgalerie
“Obvious if you like art, but also The Association of Voluntary Guides start their tour at 10am each day from outside the Art Gallery”
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Schloss
“Step back in time and visit the Castle Museum, an attraction well worth seeing. Experience the reconstructed Victorian Street, the Edwardian shopping experience and Dick Turpins Cell along learning about the World War’s and living in the 1960’s. With more than 100,000 items on display there is something for everyone Note: The museums main areas are ground floor and are fully accessible to wheelchair users. No access to upper floors. Prepare to spend plenty of time here! Castle Area Eye of York York 01904 687687 Open daily 9.30am – 17.00pm *Closed 25th & 26th December and 1st January Note: The museums main areas are ground floor and are fully accessible to wheelchair users. No access to upper floors ”
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History Museum
“Well worth a trip! As if the museum itself wasn't enough, the museum's gardens, simply known by locals as 'museum gardens' is very pretty. With St. Mary's Abbey, a ruined Benedictine Abbey as a back drop, you will amaze your friends with some pretty fanatastic photographs!”
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Historische Stätte
“The view of the ancient city and the route through the hubbub are wonderful”
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Kunstgalerie
“Also shops located on Coney street, Daveygate, Parliment Street and Market Street ”
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Museum
“Built in the 14th century, this Grade I listed buildings was one of the biggest of its kind in Britain. The Hall has an unusual combination of three rooms serving three different purposes: the Great Hall for business and social gatherings, the Undercroft for charity, and the Chapel for religious devotion.”
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Store
“Fantastic for those interested in medieval history. You can discover the story of medieval York during the reign of Richard III through to King Henry VI.”
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Café
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“ Our favourite hidden gem. A cafe that has a library inside. This means you can oder drinks, cakes and lunch and then also get your reading fix. Great kids section and they offer kids menu. Really peaceful and on a sunny day you can sit outside and look over the park.”
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Kunstgalerie
“There is always a warm welcome, and very good exhibtions of various artists through painting, sculpture, pottery and textiles. Inormation on upcoming events and exhibition are also available during your visit. ”
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Museum
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Café
“The Grade 1 Listed eighteenth-century buildings house a state-of-the-art Exhibition, an award-winning Cafe and features a secret Catholic Chapel and authentic Priest hole. Whether you're here to visit the Exhibition, to relax in the Cafe and garden or to enjoy a city break in historical York, we're sure you'll enjoy your time with us. The Bar Convent welcomes those of all faiths and none.”
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Kunstgalerie
“Meet Greg and Ail's the fabulous owners of this central contempory art gallery.”
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Museum
“DIG offers a unique archaeological adventure to get you on your way to becoming a real archaeologist. You can discover archaeological artefacts from the 2000 years of history hidden under the streets of York. There are four excavation pits filled with Roman, Viking, medieval and Victorian finds, so you can grab a trowel and dig up the clues that show how people lived in these times.”
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