Stand outside, take a deep breath and prepare yourself for going through the doors, York Minster will quite simply blow you away. Oh, and don't forget your camera.
The Merchant Adventurer's Hall
is a superb example of medieval guild hall in York and at 650 years old, it looks pretty good too. Don't forget to visit the unique furniture, silver and art collections.
York Art Gallery
The grand 19th Century building provides a comfy home for masterpieces that span 600 years. From 14th Century Italian Panels to the likes of LS Lowry and David Hockney. A great place for culture on your visit to York.
Once the home of the minster's medieval treasurers, this pretty 17th Century house is now rife with ghost stories - don't go down to the cellar alone.
Roman Bath Museum
An underground museum in York where you can marvel at the remains of Roman baths and artefacts and then pop upstairs for a pint in the Roman Bath Public House.
The daily guided tour includes generous beer sampling. We recommend a good hearty breakfast before you embark on this particular outing!