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Where is York?

York Minster

York Minster

Also referred to as the Cathedral and Metro-political Church of St. Peter, York Minster is a world-class cathedral featuring a spectacular architecture and history that dates back to over 2,000 years. The cathedral is the second largest Gothic ...

Bolton Abbey

Bolton Abbey

Sitting beautifully in the center of Yorkshire Dales on the banks of River Wharfe, Bolton Abbey is an estate that takes its name from the ruins of the 12th-century Augustinian monastery. The place is myriad of historic and well-preserved ...

River Ouse Yorkshire

River Ouse, Yorkshire

The picturesque river located in North Yorkshire in essence is a continuation of the River Uri. The 52 mile long river flows around 13 miles in York. Boasting natural beauty, the river is edged by water meadows in many places that provide home for ...

Clifford s Tower

Clifford’s Tower

The Clifford’s Tower is among the top York tourist attractions. It was a part of the York Castle that once served as the center of Government for Northern Europe. The castle was torched in the 11th century which caused a heavy damage to the ...

York Museum Gardens

York Museum Gardens

The York Museum Gardens are a collection of buildings in the center of York in England. Established in 1830s, the gardens are located near the River Ouse over a large area. Visitors can find many fun and interesting things to do in York Museum ...

St Mary s Abbey

St. Mary's Abbey

The St. Mary’s Abbey is a ruined Benedictine abbey in York and once served as an institution. The abbey stands majestically opposite to the York Cathedral for more than 350 years. The construction of the abbey was ordered by William who wanted ...