Clifford's Tower is a great place to see when enjoying a day out in York. Clifford's Tower is the keep of York Castle which became known as Clifford's Tower after Roger de Clifford, who was hanged there in 1322. Climb to the top for sweeping views across the city.
The Treasurer's House in York, North Yorkshire, England is an historic house owned by the National Trust. In medieval times it was the home of treasurers of York Minster. It served in this capacity until 1547.
York Boat has one of the largest fleets of modern sightseeing, restaurant and party boats outside London. Yorkboat sails the beautiful River Ouse in York and to riverside attractions outside York.
The walls that surround York are some of the finest and most complete city walls in England. They extend for 2.5 miles and enclose an area of 263 acres. The walls still retain all four of their impressive gateways into the city, called bars, as well as 34 of their 39 interval towers.
Follow the Trail, solve the clues and see the sights as you embark on a self-guided mystery walk! Choose from a Treasure Hunt, Murder Mystery or Spy Mission Trail around the beautiful and ancient city of York. There are five Trails which take you around the centre of York. A further two Trails are available around sites on the outskirts of York. One will take you around the University campus, and the other, designed for the younger people, around Rowntrees Park. The Trails are great fun for all ages and abilities, and you discover more as you explore!