Clifford's Tower

Clifford's Tower Tower Street York, YO1 9SA
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Description

Storm the tower for stunning panoramic views over York

This imposing tower is almost all that remains of York Castle and was originally built by William the Conqueror. In its time, the tower has served as a prison and a royal mint, as well as the place where Henry VIII had the bodies of his enemies put on display. One of the main surviving features of York Castle, Clifford’s Tower is now a shell. The first floor, once used as private apartments, includes a richly decorated chapel, while a wall-walk provides panoramic views across the city of York. Enjoy unrivalled views of York Minster and the city of York, with its medieval churches and buildings. In the distance you can see as far as the North York Moors.


Normal Admission Price

Free entry to YorkPass holders

Adult at £5.40
Child at £3.60