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The Smart 27

27 Curzon Terrace, York, YO23 1EZ

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"ONCE A YEAR,

GO SOMEPLACE YOU'VE

NEVER BEEN BEFORE."

York is a particularly lively city with plenty of activities to offer and places to visits. These are our top ones, in order of preference...

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National Railway Museum

Even if you're not into locomotives and steamy journeys, this spectacular museum will turn you into a train addict. Make sure you stop for tea at their café, as they have some of the best scones in town... oh, and there are carriage-like seats, what else would you want?!

Leeman Road, York YO26 4XJ

 

Entry to the museum is free

 

 OPENING TIMES

 Open daily, including bank holidays.

 10-17 in winter

 10-18 in summer

 Closed 24-26 December

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Museum Gardens

Right in the heart of York you'll find the exquisite gardens surrounding the Yorkshire Museum, where you can explore the history of the city, through loads of interactive activities for everyone. In the summer we love having pic-nics in the gardens, while we try and spot as many squirrels as possible!

Museum Street, York, YO1 7FR

 

Admission to the museum (gardens are free):

Adults £7.50

Children FREE 0-16 with a paying adult

 

OPENING TIMES

Daily 10am-5pm

Closed 25, 26 December and 1 January.

3
The minster

We could not leave The Minster out of this list, it would be like going to Rome and not visiting the Colosseum! We suggest you also climb up to the tower, as there are some breath-taking views of this magnificent City! (Not suitable if you are scared of heights).

Deangate, York, YO1 7HH

 

Admission:

Adults £11 (£16 with the tower)

Children FREE 0-16 with a paying adult (£5 with the tower)

TOP TIP: Tickets are valid for 1 year from the purchase. One more reason to come back!

 

OPENING TIMES

Mon-Sat 9am- 4.30pm

Sun 12.30pm- 3.00pm

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Pic credits: York Museum Trusts

York castle museum

The beautiful people at The York Castle Museum have recreated a whole Victorian street -Kirkgate- in the most authentic way, complete with sounds and smells from the Victorian age. Also, they have different exhibitions every time, so it's always worth a visit when out and about in York.

Eye of York, York, YO1 9RY

 

Admission:

Adults £11

Children FREE 0-16 with a paying adult

 

OPENING TIMES

Daily 9.30am- 5pm

Closed 25,26 December and 1 January 

Pic credits: Ian Ashworth

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The city walls

One of York's peculiarities is certainly the walls all around it. You can climb the stepson walk along the walls where you will get amazing views of the City. It will take you about two hours for the whole tour, and after all that walking you can relax in one of the hundreds of pubs in town!