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JORVIK prepares for the world’s largest online Viking Festival

Ambitious plans are afoot in York to host the world’s largest online Viking festival.  That JORVIK Viking Thing will take place from 15 – 20 February 2021 and features chart-topping music, livestreamed events for all ages, virtual tours and the first ever 360 degree immersive video of JORVIK Viking Centre’s world-famous ride through Viking-age York. With the annual JORVIK Viking Festival – the largest Viking festival in Europe – unable […]

todayFebruary 4, 2021 40

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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 87

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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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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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