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One day Itinerary
Here for the day, get an early start and visit York’s iconic attractions, all a short walk from each other...
York Minster £10.00 – Explore a masterpiece in stained-glass and stone, vast spaces alive with the sanctity and tradition of worship and heavenly music or quiet corners revealing unexpected stories and human inspiration.
York Art Gallery £7.50 - New commisions, Old Masters and more than 2000 ceramic works can be found at the multi- award winning York Art Galler
York’s Chocolate Story £12.50 – At York’s Chocolate Story you can discover the stories behind the greatest names in chocolate, unwrap the secrets of chocolate making, and even learn the art of the chocolatier for yourself.
Barley Hall £6.00- Is a stunning medieval town house, once home to the Priors of Nostell and the Mayor of York
Fairfax House £7.50-Let Fairfax House transport you back to the glory days of city-living in Georgian York. Originally the winter home of Viscount Fairfax and his daughter, it vividly recalls a lost world of 1760s opulence, grandeur and comfort with its richly decorated interiors, stucco ceilings and beautiful collection of furnishings.
York city sightseeing bus hop on hop off bus tour £14.00 allowing you to put your feet up and enjoy the city sights or simply hop on and off around the attractions
Remember to use the discount vouchers in the guidebook when you stop for a bite to eat or just an ice cream
Normal admission for the above listed attractions would cost £57.50 with a York Pass £42.00
Two day Itinerary
Visiting for two days then the following will keep you busy on day two
JORVIK Viking Centre £11.00- Hop aboard JORVIK's improved ride experience and be transported back in time over 1000 years with 22 new animatronics across the recreation of Viking York with something new at every corner.
York Castle Museum £10.00 - Wander through Victorian Street, be reunited with your favourite childhood toys, experience life in a First World War Trench and venture into Dick Turpin's prison cell.
Merchant Adventurer's Hall £6.50 - One of York's medieval marvels, situated in beautiful gardens in the centre of York. Explore the Great Hall & Undercroft.
York Brewery £8.00 - York Brewery is an independent traditional working brewery, enjoy a tour and sample the beer with a free pint!
Roman Bath Museum £3.50 - How many pubs in Britain can boast a 2000 year old Roman Bath House in the cellar? see where the centurions bathed all those years ago.
Remember to use the discount vouchers in the guidebook for a well deserved supper at one of the many suggested restaurants. Be brave and take a Ghostwalk to explore York’s darker history.
Cost for day two based on above attractions plus attractions listed on day one is £96.50 or just £60.00 with a Two Day York Pass
Three day Itinerary
Our winter 3 day itinerary focuses on York Central attractions only as a number of the beyond York Attractions close during the winter months - our suggested itinerary shows great value to be had in York with a three day pass.
York Dungeon £16.95 - York Dungeon is a uniquely thrilling attraction that takes you back to York's darkest history on a 75 minute tour - you will encounter some fightenly funny characters along the way
The Mansion House £6.50 - Newly re-opened following a multi million pound refurbishment - The Mansion House, home to the Lord Mayor. Marvel at the stunning gold and silver collections, explore the dramatic interiors and uncover civic secrets hidden within its walls
Yorkshire Museum £7.50 - housing some of the finest collections of archaelogical and geological finds in Europe - discover how the Roman legion founded the city 2000 years ago.
Henry VII & Richard III Experiences £4.40 each museum - Walk the Bar Walls and explore the life of the last Plantagenet King at Micklegate Bar and then onto Monk Bar to the life of the first Tudor King as he created a new era in British history.
Total cost for this three day itinerary would be £131.85 with a three day pass just £70.00 - what are you waiting for? Discover York with a York Pass...