Ghost Hunt of York
The kids will just love this award-winning and highly entertaining 75-minute tour laced with authentic ghost stories. It begins at the...
Merchant Adventurers' Hall
Displays in this museum include oil paintings and antique silver, but the building itself is the star. Built between 1357 and 1361, it...
Under the same management as Jorvik, Dig cashes in on the popularity of archaeology programs on TV by giving you the chance to be an...
A slick, modern pub set in an ancient half-timbered house, Pivní provides an atmospheric setting for sampling its range of more than 80...
A tempting menu of classic bistro dishes (sirloin steak, slow-roasted pork belly, pan-fried duck breast) made with fresh Yorkshire...
The Shambles takes its name from the Saxon word shamel, meaning 'slaughterhouse' – in 1862 there were 26 butcher shops on this street. Today the butchers are long gone, but this narrow cobbled lane, lined with 15th-century Tudor buildings that overhang so much they seem to meet above your head, is the most picturesque in Britain, and one of the most visited in Europe, often crammed with visitors intent on buying a tacky souvenir before rushing back to the tour bus.