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Vikings and medieval period are still on the curriculum – and we’re ready to help!” JORVIK Group launches pandemic-adapted education packages

With keeping schools open a huge priority for the government as the Covid-19 pandemic continues, the education team from The JORVIK Group of attractions has launched a host of packages and resources so that school children around the country can continue to enjoy a vibrant history curriculum, even if they are not able to leave the classroom. “School visits to museums and attractions all over the country have been hugely […]

todayNovember 4, 2020 27

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Explore the history of Micklegate with York Archaeological Trust

Saturday 24 October to Sunday 1 November 2020 An exclusive opportunity to see artefacts unearthed at the recent excavations at the former Minster Self Drive site will be part of a series of tours conducted by archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust this half term holiday, when it hosts a series of Micklegate Walks. The walks start at Micklegate Bar, where artefacts unearthed last summer at the former Minster Self Drive […]

todayOctober 22, 2020 66

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The most stylish Viking festival in history

JORVIK Viking Festival, 15-23 February 2020, York, UK It already holds the accolade as the largest family Viking Festival, regularly welcoming 45,000 visitors to the city, but this year, York’s Norse settlers are going one step further and aiming to be the most stylish Vikings in the world when the event returns from 15 – 23 February 2020. “The Vikings cared about their appearance and personal hygiene – combs to […]

todayFebruary 10, 2020 3

Fine Dining

The Roman Bath, York

Set in an 18th-century coaching inn on the site of an ancient Roman bath, this pub, steeped in history, with rooms is 12 minutes' walk from York train station.

todayJanuary 29, 2019 42