Jorvik Viking Centre
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.
There's precious little left of York Castle except for this evocative stone tower, a highly unusual figure-of-eight design built into...
The Shambles takes its name from the Saxon word shamel, meaning 'slaughterhouse' – in 1862 there were 26 butcher shops on this street....
Grand Opera House
Despite the name, there's no opera here; instead, there's a wide range of entertainment from live bands and popular musicals to stand-up...
A tempting menu of classic bistro dishes (sirloin steak, slow-roasted pork belly, pan-fried duck breast) made with fresh Yorkshire...
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Jorvik Viking Centre information
This smells-and-all reconstruction of a Viking settlement is a major and appealing attraction. It's currently shut due to flood damage, and is due to open again in 2017.