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Clifford's Tower

The Bar Walls York

The Shambles York

York Minster

York Races

Castle Howard near York

Local attractions at  the Bloomsbury Guest House

Attractions within York

York is one of Britain's oldest and most historic cities - listed here are links to a few of York's attractions that are near The Bloomsbury

Let Yorkwalk's qualified guides inform and entertain you as they personally conduct you around the ancient city of York. Walks include Roman York, Women in York, Snickelways and many more.

A selection of some of the Ghost Walks around the city The Ghost Trail, The Ghost Hunt, The Original Ghost Walk.

Exploring York Private and public tours created for you, and lots more....

Tour buses operate around the city with a commentary explaining the City's history. York City Sightseeing and Pullman Bus Co. are the two main operators with Pullman also operating day tours out of the City.

Walk Talk Tours Download to your iPod or MP3 and discover the hidden secrets and history of York.

York Races Join the crowds at York Races from May to October each year.

National Centre for Early Music The National Centre for Early Music, situated in St Margaret’s Church York, is the home of the internationally renowned York Early Music Festival and the Beverley and East Riding Early Music Festival. The Centre also attracts some of the world’s finest artists in the fields of jazz, folk and world music.

York Minster
York Minster is the chief church in the Northern Province of The Church of England and is the seat of the Archbishop of York. The present building is the largest medieval cathedral in Northern Europe.

National Railway Museum
Discover the story of the train in a great day out for all the family. The National Railway Museum mixes fascination and education with hours of fun, and best of all its free.

Jorvik Centre
No visit to the City of York would be complete without a journey back in time to the Viking age city of Jorvik. In the late 1970's archaeologists uncovered the beautifully preserved remains of the Viking age street of Coppergate. Now, following 25 years of research this part of the city of York has been reconstructed exactly as it would have been on 25 October AD 975.

You can extend your Viking experience with a tour of Viking York through

The York Dungeon Live actors recreate York's scary and haunted past.

York Brewery
Why not visit York's friendly and independent brewery and see how traditional methods are used to produce some great beers.

York Theatre Royal Situated just minutes from York Minster the Theatre Royal offers quality performances throughout the year with one of the best pantomimes in the Country at Christmas time -- Oh No It Isnt!!!!!

York Opera House With live bands, West End Musicals, Comedians and dance the Opera House offers a great choice of entertainment.

Attractions Out Of The City Centre

Castle Howard
A glorious day out in one of Britain's finest homes. Setting for the TV epic 'Brideshead Revisited' and more recently used for the new film version, Castle Howard is the home of the Howard Family and provides a fantastic insight into how 'the other half' live!

Harewood House
With magnificent interiors by Robert Adam, furnishings by Thomas Chippendale and marvelous examples of fine art from the Renaissance to the present day, Harewood is one of the great Treasure Houses of Britain. Set in glorious gardens and grounds and including a Bird Garden and adventure playground, Harewood is an ideal day out for all the family.

York Maize 1.5 million maize plants have created what is thought to be the largest maze in the world. Every year the maze has a different theme before being fed to the cows!

Eden Camp Be transported back to Wartime Britain. Situated in a genuine Prisoner of War camp built in 1942 Eden Camp takes you on a journey through over 30 huts showing the sites, sounds and smells of Britain during the Second World War.

Flamingo Land Theme Park and Zoo Wild Animals, Wilder Rides. Flamingo Land is a mix of thrill rides and a Zoo

Other Websites Of Interest

Food Drink and Leisure Guide Online guide to some of York's many restaurants and bars.

Dining Pubs A good list of great pubs to eat in the North Yorkshire area.

Visit York Member The official website for York Tourism.

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