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The city of York is renowned for its splendid cathedral, super high-end shops and tangle of quaint cobbled streets. However, venture just a short distance away and you'll find the attractive town of Selby with its famous Abbey and historic Tadcaster with its pretty walks and ancient 12th century Church of St Mary.
Renowned for its exquisite architecture, Gothic cathedral and quaint cobbled streets, historic York is the setting for a perfect romantic retreat. But as old meets new, the city has many surprises in store.
Tadcaster is a delightful market town surrounded by beautiful North Yorkshire countryside. It offers an array of cosy pubs and not one, but three historic breweries.
The historic town of Selby is one of Yorkshire's hidden gems with the huge and truly breathtaking mediaeval Abbey and crumbling 15th century gatehouse.
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Imposing Georgian mansion, built in 1716 & contains one of the most impressive Baroque interiors in England.
Once the central stronghold of York Castle, the tower is all that remains, the views from the top show clearly why it was of such strategic...
Grab a trowel and dig to see what you can find in DIG's specially designed excavation pits. Rediscover some of the finds that archaeologists...
A beautiful Georgian House with full period detail, see how a Georgian gent lived and entertained.
Grand Opera House York
The Grand Opera House York, the county's biggest fully operational theatre and the home of live entertainment in the region.
JORVIK Viking Centre
Travel back 1000 years on board your time machine through the backyards and houses to the bustling streets of Jorvik.
York Castle Museum
York Castle Museum - take a trip through time when you visit Britain's most famous Victorian Street experience at this fascinating...
York City Art Gallery
York City Art Gallery houses 600 years of painting, from gold-ground panels of 14thC Italy to the art of the 20thC. Studio pottery....
The York Dungeon invites you to a unique feast of fun with history's horrible bits. Live actors, shows and special effects transport...
Visit the world's largest maze! Meet the farm animals, play a round of crazy mazy golf, fun for all the family.
The largest medieval gothic cathedral north of the Alps, a treasure house of over 800 years of stained glass. The York Minster will...
Fully-operational astronomical observatory with history of astronomy and astronomers of York and Yorkshire.
York Racecourse's award winning grandstands, characterful Listed buildings, manicured lawns and home grown flowers set the scene for...
York Theatre Royal
York Theatre Royal is one of the regions most successful producing theatres welcoming more than 200,000 visitors to its unique 260...
Yorkshire Air Museum
The Yorkshire Air Museum is based on a unique WWII Bomber Command Station with fascinating exhibits and attractive Memorial Gardens...
On 1 August 2010 the Yorkshire Museum reopened after a major £2 million refurbishment. Housing some of the finest collections of archaeological...
Betty's Tea Rooms
Few visitors to York fail to visit Bettys. Founded in 1919, Bettys mouth watering cakes, refreshing teas and friendly smiles have made...
YorkBoat - Red Boats
Enjoy a leisurely hour at the helm of your own self drive motor boat! Fantastic fun, safe and easy to drive – seating up to eight people....
Step into the world of Hotel Chocolat and take your senses on a real adventure! Browse our gorgeous range of fresh, new season chocolates...
Merchant Adventurers' Hall
The Merchant Adventurers' Hall is one of the best preserved medieval guild halls in the world and is still owned and used by the York...
Micklegate Bar Museum
Micklegate Bar is the 800-year-old royal gateway to York, set in the city walls, being the sight where traitors' heads were displayed....
National Railway Museum
For a fantastic FREE* day out for the whole family in York, visit the award winning National Railway Museum. Re-live a golden era and...
Mulberry Hall, founded and owned by the Sinclair family for fifty years, is a flagship store for fine china, crystal, cutlery and cookware....
The Museum explores the history of two of Yorkshire's famous regiments; the Royal Dragoon Guards, and the Prince of Wales's Own Regiment...
Richard III Museum
Housed in Monk Bar, the tallest and most impressive of the Medieval Gatehouses which boasts a rare example of a working portcullis,...
A 15thC guildhall, built on the site of a former Commonhall, served the guilds as a meeting-place. The Guildhall is a replica of the...
The York Historic Pub Tour
An entertaining guided tour around York's streets and alleys taking in 4 of the cities most historic inns, with a drink in each pub...
Great fun for all the family whatever the weather! Three water slides, wave pool, lazy river, toddler fun pool for the under 8's. Waterworld...
York Cold War Bunker
Royal Observer Corps 20 Group Headquarters is the formal description of the semi-submerged nuclear bunker in Holgate, York, now owned...
York Designer Outlet
For tax free shopping, head to York Designer Outlet, located on the outskirts of the city. Recently voted as the 'Best Shopping Venue...
York's CHOCOLATE Story
Learn to taste chocolate like a professional, reveal chocolate's exotic origins, uncover the stories of the families who brought chocolate...
If there's one building that epitomises York, it's York Minster, with its dazzling stained glass windows and vertiginous tower with breathtaking views. Tadcaster also has its fair share of history, with St Mary's Church, dating from 1200s, having been rebuilt with the foundations raised by 5 feet due to flooding. Not to be outdone, Selby Abbey - still glorious and fully functioning as a space for worship - offers seriously breathtaking architecture and an air of pure tranquility that must be experienced to be believed.
If you're in the mood for something a little more daring, York and the surrounding area offer excitement in spades. First stop has to be the Jorvik Viking Centre where you can travel back in time to see (and smell!) 1,000 year old streets and even meet a Viking. Next stop is the frightfully gruesome York Dungeons, followed by the even scarier Original Ghost Walk. Not for the faint hearted! Tadcaster's John Smith's, Samuel Smith's and Bass Charrington breweries are also well worth a visit. New for 2011 was York's Chocolate Story, discover York's chocolate past!
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It has an amazing minster, the gorgeous Bettys tea room and the best tourism attraction - the Jorvik Centre!
Because it's got a great bakery and an amazing pub crawl.