York Minster - York
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Inside York Minster you will find hundreds of years of history reflected in the architecture and the stained glass windows. The most famous of all is the Rose Window (the best view of the Rose Window is from the top floor of Marks and Spencer's in Parliament street).
The Undercroft, Treasury and Crypt can be explored to discover the Roman Headquarters of Constantine the Great and the history of the Minster.
Visit the Chapter House which has some of the world's best preserved Medieval carvings and a magnificent domed roof which is regarded as an architectural wonder of the time.
Climb the 275 steps of the Central Tower to get magnificent views of York and the surrounding countryside.
There are now two new exhibitions within the Minster, the Orb and the new interactive Undercroft. Read the travel article about our visit here
The Minster is open for sightseeing Monday to Saturday, 9am to 5pm and on a Sunday 12 noon to 3:45pm.
There are a range of ticket options to suit every visitor, from families to individuals plus, your admission ticket to York Minster is valid for 12 months! A free guided tour is included in your admission price, subject to availability. Adult admission starts from just £10 and children can visit the Minster for free with an adult!
Combined Ticket (Minster and Tower)
Seniors and Students £14
Child £5 (ages 8-16)
Family Pass (1 adult + up to 4 children) £10
Family Pass (2 adults + up to 4 children) £20
Seniors or Students £9
Due to the number of steps and nature of the climb children under 8 are not allowed to climb the tower.
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