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York Castle Museum

Regimental Museum 3 Tower Street | Eye of York, York YO1 9RY, England
+44 1904 687687
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There was so much to do and see! Very much worth the money for teenagers. The Victorian street was... read more

Reviewed yesterday
niamhrebecca18
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Aylesbury, United Kingdom
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Good way to spend an afternoon

This museum covers a lot of different interests and has many different exhibition styles. They do a... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Lisa_kieffer
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Boulder, Colorado
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Famous for its collections of costume, textiles, military and social history, York Castle Museum brings history back to life. Wander through the Victorian streets, venture into the prison cell of notorious highwayman Dick Turpin and discover what life was like on the front line in the First World War. There's something for everyone at York Castle Museum.
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  • Very good25%
  • Average5%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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“victorian street” (1,458 reviews)
“period rooms” (89 reviews)
“street scene” (72 reviews)
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Hours Today: 09:30 - 17:00
Suggested Duration: 2-3 hours
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Regimental Museum 3 Tower Street | Eye of York, York YO1 9RY, England
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+44 1904 687687
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

There was so much to do and see! Very much worth the money for teenagers. The Victorian street was amazing and the chocolate mice from the sweet shop were lovely! Very entertaining and learnt a lot.

Thank niamhrebecca18
Reviewed yesterday

This museum covers a lot of different interests and has many different exhibition styles. They do a good job showcasing how much the lives of people have changed over time. Right across the street from Clifford's Tower so it's likely you'll be passing it, definitely...More

Thank Lisa_kieffer
Reviewed yesterday

We visited on a very hot day so it did feel stuffy in places, especially in the smelly Victorian street! We enjoyed the fashion, 1960s and the WW1 exhibitions though and thought they were very well put together. Lots to see and well worth a...More

Thank PurpleBrolly
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A superb museum. Kept us all entertained for several hours. Very good value. Favourite was the recreated street scene.

Thank Lisa W
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

This museum is brilliant. Absolutely loved walking round all the different rooms. The Victorian street was our favourite part, loved being able to go into some of the shops. Being able to walk round the old mill was nice too. The gift shop is quite...More

Thank ElizaChar
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Throughly enjoyed this museum. Although we went as a couple the museum is suitable for anyone. There was lots to do and see, and the set up of the victorian village was really impressive.

Thank Anneka C
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Been here many times as a child and with our own children. Visited this time with just my wife and we still thoroughly enjoyed it. Lots to see and well set out. Also great value at £10 per adult.

Thank Paul B
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Perfect place to visit if weather isn't too good. You need a few hours to get round. It's very good for all ages and well worth a visit. I would definitely recommend.

Thank Jannette H
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

I really enjoyed this museum alot of thought has obviously gone into this museum and it is very detailed. All the staff were very helpful and as we are both under 25 we got in half price which is a bonus. I took some amazing...More

Thank Sexyrockchick94
Reviewed 3 days ago

If you happen to be in York and you have a spare couple of hours or so, you MUST pay a visit to the castle museum. It is a wonderful experience from start to finish. I expected to spend only a couple of hours in...More

Thank Lilia939
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Jessica A
30 June 2017|
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Response from hayjon68 | Reviewed this property |
No, I don't think the Castle Museum belongs to English Heritage.
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Tiffany N
28 June 2017|
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Response from tm2450 | Reviewed this property |
We only had the day and started at Jorvik Viking Centre which was around 1 hour. Get there for opening time to avoid queues. We had a quick coffee afterwards and then wandered around the Shambles and York Minster (we didn't... More
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Amy C
31 May 2017|
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Response from ellie-dario | Reviewed this property |
actually there is a separate museum. jorvik viking centre re-opened april 2017, and it's worth a visit. it is more of a children experience than an archeological museum but we enjoyed it very much
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