York Sunbury Historical Museum
Housed in the 19th-century officers' quarters on the west side of Officers' Sq, this museum's collection preserves the city's past....
Once the military parade ground, the Garrison District's Officers' Square now hosts a full-uniform changing of the guard ceremony in...
Lighthouse on the Green
There are 70km of recreational trails around town and along the river that either begin or intersect at this riverfront lighthouse,...
A hip gay bar and dance club welcoming folks of all stripes.
A bright nook dishing up the tastes and colors of the Caribbean. Great for a casual, flavorful meal. No alcohol.
Lonely Planet review
See how the common soldier lived in the 1820s (lousy food, too much drink) at this grim stone barracks in the Garrison District. The adjacent 1828 Guard House was also unpleasant (plank beds, thin straw mattresses), but the conditions for those held in cells were truly nasty. Threaten your kids! The lower section of the barracks is now used as artisan studios.