Twilight is the perfect time to creep around the narrow cobbled streets of ancient York to investigate spine chilling tales with a band of merry men. Just don't peer too closely into the shadows.
The Yorkshire Terrier
Right in the heart of York this is the perfect spot to shelter and steady those nerves with a pint (or something stronger) after wandering the streets in search of ghosts and ghouls.
Ye Olde Starre Inn
Look out for the sign above your head when walking down Stonegate, otherwise you'll miss what is allegedly York's oldest pub lurking down an alleyway.
Grand Opera House
Not just opera, there's a plethora of things to see here from theatre to comedy and dance. Whatever you choose you can be sure of seeing it in style at the opera house in York.
York Theatre Royal
Originally built among the ruins of a Medieval hospital in 1744 and expanded over the last 250 years, York theatre Royal now stages well-regarded productions by distinguished players.
York Boat Evening Cruise
Sit back with a glass of wine and enjoy York from the river Ouse. Powerful lights onboard that illuminate the riverside mean that you won't miss a thing.