York Art Gallery has redeveloped its exhibitions and re-opened its roof height gallery York from the Minster Roof (courtesy of Minster) Bedern Chapel, in medieval times used by the Minster's Vicars Choral
Visiting York can be an enriching experience, whether you wish to amble through the winding streets, enjoying the ambience of the city, or walk the medieval walls, taking in the spectacular views. Many of the historic buildings you pass on the way are open to the public. The weekend of 10-11 September was Heritage Open Weekend and the Trust organised walks for people to get to know York.
For our own ideas about walking, see this page
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For guided walking round the city all year round, we recommend the York Association of Voluntary Guides
For more information about staying in the city, go to the VisitYork website at www.visityork.org
If you are not able to visit but want to learn something about York's history, try this website
, collated by the City Council. This page
on our own site has a description of York's history and a number of photographs.
is a list of places in York which we recommend you find and explore:
York residents have a special weekend when they can enter these and other attractions for free - the last was January 2016. Click here
for the list of places on the 'Visit York' website, the tourism office.