Original Ghost Walk of York
An evening of ghouls, ghosts, mystery and history, courtesy of a well-established group departing from the King's Arms pub by Ouse Bridge.
Built in 1762 by John Carr (of Harewood House fame), Fairfax House contains a superb collection of Georgian furniture.
There's precious little left of York Castle except for this evocative stone tower, a highly unusual figure-of-eight design built into...
York's best-known pub in a fabulous riverside location, with tables spilling out onto the quayside. It's a perfect spot on a summer...
Balcony tables overlook the river and the menu focuses on quality versions of classic dishes from around the world. Sunday brunch is...
Lonely Planet review
Hour-long cruises on the River Ouse, departing from King's Staith and, 10 minutes later, Lendal Bridge. Special lunch, dinner and evening cruises are also offered.