Discover hundreds of years of York’s social history in one place – from a recreated Victorian street to Dick Turpin’s prison cell and a cutting-edge costume collection to York’s delicious history of chocolate.
Richard III, the last Plantagenet King of England ruled for two years from 1483 to 1485. His short reign was marked by controversy, rebellion and challenges to his throne which led to his death at the Battle of Bosworth aged 33 years of age.
The Grand Opera House York plays host to touring productions of plays, musicals, opera and ballet, one-off performances by comedians, and other theatrical and musical events.
Riding Lights Theatre Company is one of the UK’s most productive and long-established independent theatre companies.
Part of Sheffield Museums, Kelham Island Museum is located in one of the city's oldest industrial districts and stands on a man-made island over 900 years old.
Dean Clough is a vibrant 22-acre mixed-use mill complex, stretching half a mile in length, on the edge of Halifax town centre. Once the home of the world’s largest carpet manufacturer, it’s now a thriving community which combines arts and culture, leisure facilities, restaurants, bars, shops, a hotel, events spaces and offices.
Built in 1927, the 'Spurn' served for almost 50 years as a navigational aid in the treacherous River Humber.
Re-live the backbreaking and dangerous work that took place thousands of miles from home just to put fresh fish on the nations tables.
Victorian fire/police station, vintage fire appliances. British and foreign fire/police artefacts. Displays of fire-fighting equipment, uniforms, large model railway. For current prices please ring the museum.
Four weaver's cottages of the 1840s with restored weaver's workshop, living-room and reconstructed clog-maker's workshop. Cropping display and temporary exhibitions.