- Telephone 01904 687687
- Opening times Daily: 10am–5pm.
- Seasonal times Closed Dec 25 & 26 and Jan 1.
- Admission Adults £7.50; Access Ticket £4; children free (max 4 children per adult).
- Website www.yorkshiremuseum.org.uk
Housing some of the finest collections of archaeological and geological finds in Europe, the Yorkshire Museum is the ideal first port of call for any trip to York. From prehistory to the city's medieval splendour, see the whole story in our fantastic galleries.
Walk on a genuine Roman mosaic floor, kneel at St William's medieval shrine, see the monsters of the deep that swam when Yorkshire was beneath the sea – and all in the heart of the city.
Finally, immerse yourself in the story of England's other capital, all brought to life with the latest digital technology in a spectacular film show in our auditorium.
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The Annual CoCA Lecture with Christie Brown
Talk from Christie Brown – an artist and Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster.
Capital Of The North
In the medieval kingdoms of Britain, the north was ruled from York. Anglian kings were baptised in its churches, Viking warriors plotted their southern raids and the Normans cruelly stamped their authority on the masses. From the ravages of war the city went on to flourish in a golden age of innovation, religion and…