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JORVIK Group attractions prepare to welcome back visitors!

The countdown is now on, with just a few days until visitors can once again visit JORVIK Viking Centre, Barley Hall and DIG to explore York’s colourful past. “This last lockdown has been incredibly hard for everyone in the visitor attraction economy, but we are hopeful that public confidence in venturing back out into towns and cities will bode well for attractions like ours, as well as the hotels, restaurants […]

todayMay 13, 2021 16

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York tourism shows signs of recovery for JORVIK attractions

The first month of opening since attractions went into lockdown suggests that York’s tourism sector is reviving more quickly than expected, according to York Archaeological Trust, which reopened JORVIK Viking Centre, Barley Hall and DIG: An Archaeological Adventure on 10 July. All three attractions have offered slightly different visitor experiences since re-opening, with new features at JORVIK including a live talk from a Viking interpreter in the ‘Discover Coppergate’ gallery, […]

todayAugust 14, 2020 1

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JORVIK Group says ‘thank you’ for National Lottery Support

A grant from The National Lottery Heritage Fund has been praised for helping three attractions in the JORVIK Group re-opening following their Covid-19 closure.  A £50,000 grant helped prepare JORVIK Viking Centre, Barley Hall and DIG with their re-opening planning, safety measures and communications. “Our attractions all come under the charitable banner of York Archaeological Trust, and the expense of restructuring our attractions so that they would operate with social […]

todayJuly 30, 2020 5

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JORVIK Viking Centre, DIG and Barley Hall prepare to re-open

York’s Vikings, interactive archaeology centre and medieval townhouse set to welcome visitors from 11 July 2020 Three of York’s top visitor attractions have revealed their opening plans as the government relaxes Covid-19 restrictions for museums and attractions. JORVIK Viking Centre, Barley Hall and DIG: An Archaeological Adventure will re-open for visitors on Saturday 11 July, with slightly different experiences on offer at each location to ensure a safe, engaging visit […]

todayJune 23, 2020 34

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Plans underway for reopening three York attractions

Plans underway for reopening three York attractions With the key summer season looming close, three popular York attractions are developing their plans for re-opening, as soon as government advice deems it safe to do so.  The team at JORVIK Viking Centre, DIG: An Archaeological Adventure and Barley Hall is exploring ways to make the attractions accessible within social distancing guidelines. With a tentative re-opening planned for York’s retail sector from […]

todayJune 4, 2020 3

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