The Treasurer's House was originally built on the site of the Roman Legionary Fortress. It is now owned by The National ... More
The Treasurer's House was originally built on the site of the Roman Legionary Fortress. It is now owned by The National Trust, but until the middle of the 16th century, it was the official residence for Treasurers of the York Minster. Inside the house there is an excellent collection of period furnishings on view to the public. Take the Butler's Tour to find out what life was like here 100 years ago.
King's Manor occupies a quiet corner of Exhibition Square and is situated right next to the York City Art Gallery
and only a stone's throw from the Minster . This historic site dates from medieval times when it was ...
Cliffords Tower, one of York's most impressive landmarks, is perched on a hill in the centre of the city. There
are many steps to negotiate in order to get to the entrance, but once inside you can climb to ...
St. Mary's Abbey was once the most powerful and wealthiest monastery in the North of England. The abbey and its
religious order were influential and prosperous landowners, until the reign of Henry VIII, when the Dissolution of the Monasteries ...
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