Things to do and places to visit in York
The magnificent Cathedral in York, known as York Minster is the largest Gothic Cathedral in Northern Europe, renowned for containing the largest collection of medieval stained glass in England.
The Castle Museum houses some of the finest collections of archaeological finds in Europe, spanning Roman, Anglo-Saxon, Viking and Medieval times.
For a fun-packed, family day out where admission is free for everyone, come along to the National Railway Museum in York to experience the incredible story of the train as you’ve never seen or heard it before.
Established in 1996 within the City Walls, York Brewery is both a tourist attraction and a working brewery, providing customers locally and around the country with the first traditionally brewed ales from within the walls of York for over 40 years.
Explore York’s Viking history on the very site where archaeologists uncovered remains of the Viking-Age City of ‘Jorvik’.
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Stay with us and enjoy all the great sights York has to offer
Our York Guest House is situated in a quiet, residential street less than 10 minutes walk from the bustling streets, shops, bars, cafes and nightlife in York city centre. Public transport to York Racecourse is also accessible within a 10 minute walk from the B&B.
There's so much to do in York, all just a stone's throw from the b and b, such as York's National Railway Museum, York Boat cruises through the centre of York on the river Ouse, Ghost walks of York - great evening entertainment, great bars, restaurants and everything else you'd hope for.