Monthly Archives: December 2017

2017

Happy New Year Eve, below is a list of all the places I/we have visited this year. I haven’t wrote about them all yet, I will get to it next year. Have a fun filled safe evening. Fiction Arena theater … Continue reading

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Christmas At York Museum Gardens

Lendal Bridge crossing between York Station and York Minster. Admission Adults £14.95 child £8.95 plus £2.00 admin The museum has over 10 acres of botanical gardens set against the backdrop of the medieval ruins of St. Mary’s Abbey and the … Continue reading

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Richard III Experience

Richard III Experiences Monk Bar York Admission Adult £3.50 child £2.00 Follow the story of the struggle for the crown faced by Richard III, the Wars of the Roses and did he really kill the two princes? Set over two … Continue reading

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National Railway Museum

National Railway Museum Leeman Road York YO26 4XJ Admission £5.00 donation Get up close and personal with the trains at the National Railway Museum, a very interesting place even if you are not into trains. The museum spans 300 years … Continue reading

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Jorvik Viking Centre

Coppergate Shopping Centre, 19 Coppergate, York YO1 9WT Admission adults £10.25 child £7.25 You enter the museum down a flight of stairs onto a glass floor, look down and you are standing on the site of the Coppergate dig. An … Continue reading

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Fairfax House

Fairfax House Castlegate York YO1 9RN Admission Adult £7.50 child £3.00 Fairfax House was the townhouse of the Hon. Miss Anne Fairfax and was gifted to her by her father Charles, 9th Viscount Fairfax of Emley. They both lived on Castlegate, one … Continue reading

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Clifford’s Tower

Tower street York YO1 9SA Admission Adults £5.00 children £3.00 William the Conqueror built the first established castle here.[2] When William the Conqueror marched north in 1068 to suppress a rebellion against his rule, he built a series of castles as … Continue reading

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