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Holgate Windmill
A fully restored functioning (you can buy flour in our shop!) windmill dating from 1770, it is now in the care of the Holgate Windmill...
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The Henry Vii Experience
Micklegate Bar, the iconic royal gateway of the City of York, invites you to discover The Henry VII Experience.Explore the life of the...
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Yorks Chocolate Story
Yorks CHOCOLATE Story is an entertaining and informative guided tour through the history of Yorks most famous chocolate-making families and...
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The Shrine Of Margaret Clitheroe
She was born as Margaret Middleton,the daughter of a wax-chandler, after Henry VIII of England had split the Church of England from the...
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Barley Hall
One of York's true hidden gems and located just off Stonegate, within yards of York Minster, Barley Hall is a stunning medieval house,...
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Richard Iii Experience
The JORVIK Groups newest attraction invites you to step foot into the historic Monk Bar to discover The Richard III Experience.Explore the...
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The Bar Convent
The Bar Convent is Englands oldest convent, founded in 1686 and still active with a resident religious community. It was established as...
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Fairfax House
Come and unlock the splendour within the finest Georgian town house in England. A classical architectural masterpiece of its age, Fairfax...
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York Brewery
Established in 1996 within the historic city walls, York Brewery is both a working brewery and a major tourist attraction providing...
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York Dungeon
The ultimate thrill-filled journey through Yorks murky past.11 shows, and 70 minutes of laughter, screaming, theatre, history and special...
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