Ye Olde Starre
At the heart of the minster is the massive tower, which is well worth climbing for the unparalleled views of York . You'll have to...
Choir, Chapter House & Nave
Entrance is via the south transept, which was badly damaged by fire in 1984 but has now been fully restored. To your right is the...
Undercroft, Treasury & Crypt
A set of stairs in the south transept leads down to the undercroft, where you'll also find the treasury and crypt – these should on no...
Betty's younger sister is more demure and less crowded, but just as good.
Lonely Planet review
Licenced since 1644, this is York's oldest pub – a warren of small rooms and small beer garden, with a half-dozen real ales on tap. It was used as a morgue by the Roundheads (supporters of parliament) during the Civil War, but the atmosphere has improved a lot since then.