Attraktionen

  • Clifford's Tower/York Castle

    Adresse:
    Tower Street, York, YO1 9SA .

    Clifford’s Tower is one of the best-loved landmarks in York. It is the largest remaining part of York Castle, once the centre of government for the north of England. The 11th-century timber tower on top of the earth mound was burned down in 1190, after York’s Jewish community, some 150 strong, was besieged here by a mob and committed mass suicide. The present 13th-century stone tower was probably used as a treasury and later as a prison.

    https://www.english-heritage.org.uk/visit/places/cliffords-tower-york

  • Grand Opera House Theatre

    Adresse:
    Clifford Street, York, YO1 9SW .

    The Grand Opera House York is part of the Ambassador Theatre Group and is York’s premier theatre. Hosting touring productions of West End Musicals and Drama, together with Comedians, Opera, & Ballet and not forgetting the fantastic annual pantomime!

    https://www.facebook.com/pg/GrandOperaHouseYork/about/?ref=page_internal

  • York Barbican

    Adresse:
    Paragon Street, York, YO10 4AH .

    http://www.yorkbarbican.co.uk/

  • York Minster

    Adresse:
    Deangate, York YO1 7HH .
  • Rufforth Airfield

    Adresse:
    Wetherby Rd, York YO23, UK .
  • The Gyrocopter Experience

    Adresse:
    Rufforth Airfield, Rufforth, York YO23 3QA, UK .
  • York Dungeon

    Adresse:
    12 Clifford Street, York YO1 9RD .

    The York Dungeon depicts the history of York using actor led shows, special effects and displays of models and objects. It reopened in May 2016 after a period of closure due to severe flooding in December 2015.

  • Fairfax House

    Adresse:
    Fairfax House, Castlegate, York YO1 9RN, UK .

    England’s Finest Georgian Town House

    Come and unlock the splendour within the finest Georgian town house in England. A classical architectural masterpiece of its age, Fairfax House was originally the winter home of Viscount Fairfax. Its richly decorated interior was designed by York’s most distinguished eighteenth-century architect, John Carr.

    Extensively adapted in the twentieth century as a cinema and dance hall, Fairfax House was saved from decay and returned to its former glory by York Civic Trust in 1982-84.