24 - 31 October 2019
See York Minster in a new light this autumn as the awe-inspiring Northern Lights returns. The sound and light installation will transform the Minster’s cavernous Nave with images and audio inspired by the medieval Minster’s stained glass and stone.
NEW! Illustrated 𝒀𝑶𝑹𝑲 Calendar 2020— York360 (@York360) September 25, 2019
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York’s first John Lewis department store. The region’s largest M&S. A state of the art Next. Restaurants.. including Giraffe, Costa Coffee, Prezzo, Nando’s, Frankie & Benny’s.
King Richard III Museum & Gift Shop. - Movie
(above) Visit York Minster
York is one of England's beautiful historic cities, located in the north of England in the county of North Yorkshire. York has over 2000 years of history, preserved for us to see today in it's beautiful architecture. From The Romans, Vikings and Normans to the Georgians and Victorians, they have all left a lasting impression on our city. One of the first places to visit is York Minster, which dominates York's skyline, and is one of the largest and magnificent Gothic Cathedrals in Europe.
York today is a lively and busy city full a contemporary shops, restaurants and award winning tourist attractions. Here you can find information you need if you are visiting or living in York. If you haven't visited York yet then what are you waiting for? York is Britain's favourite city!
York has an official Tourist Information Centre at 1 Museum Street and another at York Rail Station. Where you can plan your visit to York, buy tickets to all major tourist attractions, save money with a York Pass, book accommodation, buy souvenirs and pickup a map of York.