Uncover over 2000 years of terrible tales at York Dungeon
Located in York city centre you'll find York Dungeon, one of the city's greatest tourist attractions. Offering a step into the past with a difference, theatrical actors present some of the more gruesome moments from York's history. The rogue's gallery includes appearances from Guy Fawkes, Dick Turpin, and of course, the Vikings.
Offering a truly unique insight into one the UK's most historically interesting cities, York Dungeon is a dark delight. Miss it at your peril.
It's full steam ahead for a fun day out at National Railway Museum
You don't have to be a trainspotter to enjoy National Railway Museum. Situated right next to the station and a stone's throw from the city centre, thousands flock here each year to view 300 years of the history of the railways. Featuring immaculately maintained steam engines and later iconic vehicles, visitors can set foot inside selected carriages and imagine the train journeys of yesteryear.
There's plenty to keep the kids occupied, too, with an outside play area and Punch and Judy shows that will have your little ones in stitches.
Browse the stalls at Shambles Market
With around 70 stalls in the heart of York, Shambles Market is a classic old-school bustling hive of stalls. With a great atmosphere, fresh fish, fruit, flowers, painting, jewellery and pottery, you'll find what you're looking for, and more besides.
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