Set back in a lawned area this ancient building is a rare city treat along with a few other functional buildings you take it fir what it was or is and enjoy
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This is fantastic. Best house we visited in York. Most interesting history. In a great spot now by many of the city bus stops. Easy to pop in and have a good look.
We walked past this twice on our way from our hotel in Walmgate to the main shopping centre in York and nearly missed it completely. Apparently part of Wolf Hall was filmed here and so we thought we'd take a look. We visited the Cafe...More
Visited as one of the historic buldings in York. This was an interesting building which has not been altered much since it was built. It seems to just miss the Wow factor and whether this is because of the use of the building I am...More
We arrived at The Merchant Adventures Hall early in the morning before the Wedding of my Mum. The priced was £18,000. However it was worth it. To make the most of your day make sure you have access to the Gardens. It was a beautiful...More
Absolutely beautiful building. Check out the wonderful construction and beautiful period furniture. Nice cafe and garden also
We recently were at a wedding which was held in the medieval Merchant Adventurers' Hall and it was an excellent venue. The grounds round the hall were rather like a moated area and ideal for drinks and canapes before the ceremony. As this was a...More
Today was our first visit to York and we wandered into the grounds of the Merchant Adventurer's Hall. There were some people dressed up having a photo taken, so we turned around to try leave that area by the exit Google Maps was showing us....More
I won't spoil the history of this building but it is remarkable, audio handsets are available, but details are also available in each room. They have a small gift shop and coffee shop with outdoor seating weather permitting in the grounds. Wheelchair access is available
This is a really cool, well looked after medieval hall. When you go into the undercroft and the hall, do make sure to look up - the beamed ceilings are pretty spectacular.