York

If you’re looking for a unique way to experience one of the North’s most loved cities, then head down to York minster and join Mad Alice on her award-winning tour of the haunted streets of York …

This one is for the animal lovers! Have you ever wanted to get up close and personal with some genuinely amazing animals? Well animal encounters at Askham Bryan Wildlife & Conservation Park is the perfect opportunity …

What better place to channel your inner-viking than the city that hosts the largest archaeological Viking collection in the UK? Whether you’re new to throwing axes and want some stress-release after a long week of work, …

Have you ever wanted to try your hand at archeology? Now’s your chance! See if you can unearth an important archeological find at DIG in York.With four special indoor excavation pits, all based on real-life digs …

If you see yourself as a bit of a chocolatier and want to try to make your very own mix of flavours then this is perfect for you! Based in a city with a rich chocolate …

If you love chocolate even half as much as we do then this a perfect stop for a busy day in the city of York. In just an hour you will indulge yourself in many tasty …

The Ouse cruise is one of the best ways to see the city and you can do it all without taking a step. Whether you’re getting some fresh air on the top deck or at the …

Travel back through time at the Yorkshire Museum. Their collections are of national and international importance, and their museum welcomes thousands of visitors each year. The museum houses galleries showcasing some of Britain’s finest archaeological treasures …

Do you want to be the next Sherlock Holmes? Or maybe you just want a fun experience to have with family or friends? Why not head down to Can you Escape? York and battle against the …

For a dinner with a difference the Evening in a Vineyard tour is a great way of trying lots of unique wines and beers that a paired perfectly with a delicious three course meal. The experience …

Resurrect the past and explore history at York Castle Museum. This is a unique and fascinating museum with many genuinely fantastic exhibitions focusing on things like Victorian York, an 18th Century Prison and the first world …

Chocks away! Experience more than a century of aviation, all in one historic location. Yorkshire Air Museum is Yorkshire’s leading aviation history destination. The Museum’s collections span across the entire history of aviation; from Sir George …

Shambles is one of the world’s most famous streets. The Shambles in York (officially just ‘Shambles’) is a narrow street of mostly timber buildings that date back as far as the 13th Century. The street was …

For a visitor or a local this tour will surprise you with places you would have never of noticed. Taking you to 5 unique venues in the heart of York’s foodie scene, the food and passion …

Gatehouse Coffee is well known for having what many consider to be the best coffee in York – but what really makes it stand out is its magical location. Amazingly, the coffee shop itself is built …

Looking for your fill of spooks on a dark halloween night? Or just want to find out more about one of the UK’s most haunted cities? Book a space on the Ghost Trail of York and …

Round up your gang and set off for an adventure you’ll remember for years to come, with Treasure Trails in York! Whether you’re exploring the city for the first time or a seasoned local discovering more …

Aaaarrgghhh!!! Discover the coast like never before with Yorkshire’s only skydive centre! So, you’re interested in this mesmerising sport we call skydiving? There’s no better place to do it than in Yorkshire! The skydive club is …

If you’ve ever wanted to find out more about England’s Nordic history, or just a fascinating day out with family or friends, Jorvick Viking Centre is the perfect activity to add to your stack. Discover a …

Our state-of-the-art cookery school offers a variety of courses designed for everyone from novices to aspiring chefs. Not only are the cookery school classes ideal for learning a little extra about fine cuisine, but it serves …

If you’re a fan of trains you will love the National Railway Museum in York. The Museum opened in 1975 and was originally designed to tell the story of rail transport in Britain and how it …

If you love photography and would like to push the boundaries of your camera from auto, then welcome to York Photography Tours UK. York Photography Tours will show you how to take great photo’s whilst touring …

Wizards, witches and warlocks get ready, because this is just what you’re looking for! Everyone loves crazy golf, but this particular crazy golf venue has been uniquely tailored into an incredibly fun wizarding experience for all …

Ever wanted to try your hand at ‘skippering’ a boat? With a word like that, who wouldn’t? Cruise through the riverside of York all from the helm of your own self-hire motorboat and experience York in …

Have you ever dreamt of stepping into a painting? To become completely immersed in the work before you, making reality around you fade into the new world created by the artist? Now you can! Meet the …

Looking for a fun and free way to explore the ancient city of York? Why not try the Lucky Cat Trail! The Lucky Cat Trail offers newcomers and visitors (or people just looking to see York …

The Petrifying Well at Mother Shipton’s Cave is England’s oldest visitor attraction. It was first recorded by the king’s antiquary in 1538 and has been visited by millions of people since 1630. It is here that …

Ready to have your socks scared off? Not for the faint of heart the York Dungeon takes you through York’s grisly history and lets you meet some of its legendary characters such as Dick Turpin or …

Are you ready to experience York like never before? Come and visit Treasure Hunt York and immerse yourself in this tour of the City with the help of using your problem solving to crack the next …

Are you interested in Britain’s Military History? Or maybe you’re just looking for an interesting day out? Well make sure you check out the genuinely fascinating York Army Museum on Tower Street. York Army Museum tells …

The most modern and spine-chilling of English Heritage’s properties, the York Cold War Bunker uncovers the secret history of Britain’s Cold War. Enter the blast-proof doors and investigate the more unusual side of York’s heritage. In …

York’s iconic ancient monument is home to one thousand years of history. The stunning panoramic views over Old York from the top of Clifford’s Tower, make it the ideal starting point for any visit to the …

Embrace the magic at Northwood Trail, England’s Fairy Sanctuary. This delightful woodland attraction is proud of not being a “proper” visitor attraction; they don’t have acres of brightly coloured plastic and they are not intent on …

Discover the history of England’s oldest living convent in the fascinating exhibition and stunning 18th Century Hidden Chapel, one of the finest examples in Europe. Enjoy a visit to the café for some of the best …

If you’re in York, make sure you take the time to drop by the fascinating and unique place that is Holgate Windmill; it really is a captivating relic of the past. Holgate Windmill is York’s last …

Step inside this house of contradictions in the centre of York. Tucked behind York Minster, Treasurer’s House is not as it first appears. In 1897 it was bought by Frank Green, the grandson of a wealthy …

York Art Gallery’s collection of paintings spans more than 600 years and works range from 14th century Italian panels and 17th century Dutch masterpieces to Victorian narrative paintings and 20th century works by LS Lowry and …

York Minster is one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals. Since the 7th century, the Minster has been at the centre of Christianity in the north of England and today remains a thriving church rooted in …