Monk Bar was built in the 14th century and is one of four medieval gatehouses forming part of the city wall surrounding York. ... More
Richard III Museum
Monk Bar was built in the 14th century and is one of four medieval gatehouses forming part of the city wall surrounding York. In 1992 Monk Bar was converted into the Richard III Museum, which focuses on a modern day imaginary trial of Richard III as the possible murderer of the two Princes in the Tower. The visitor is left to decide whether King Richard is guilty, or innocent. There are three rooms to view; the third one is at the top of a very steep narrow flight of stone steps. Two tiny cells [one en-suite!!] which you are invited to enter, make you realise just how awful it must have been to be held captive there. Admission: adults £2.50, students & seniors £1.25, children (under 16) go free if accompanied by an adult.
Lendal Tower is situated at the foot of Lendal Bridge and was built in the early part of the 14th
century as a defense tower. Later—in fact, much later—in the 17th century, a merchant by the name of Henry ...
Saltaire, West Yorkshire, is a complete and well preserved industrial village of the second half of the 19th century. Its
textile mills, public buildings and workers' housing are built in a harmonious style of high architectural standards and the ...
Set in the heart of the City of York, Impressions is the perfect name for this prestigious gallery, the images
capture your imagination and stay in your mind long after you leave. It is one of the major photographic ...
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