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Holy Trinity Church

70 Goodramgate, York YO1 7LF, England
+44 1904 613451
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A great find (for a lover of "old stones")

Though not on the A (or even B) list of sights in York, this ancient church (which has never been... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
WarsawWanderer
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Ottawa, Canada
Unique, and full of interesting details

Loved this old church, with the closed in pews. Although it was not a whopping great cathedral, it... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
rhiannyn
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Abbotsford, Canada
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Holy Trinity Goodramgate has the air of a hidden treasure. It stands in a small, secluded, leafy churchyard, with the Minster towering behind, tucked away behind Goodramgate - one of York's busiest shopping streets. To visit, you pass through an 18th-century archway tacked on to buildings that served as artisans' workshops in the 14th century. The church itself is full of character. The floors and arcades are charmingly uneven. Light filters through the windows, illuminating honey-coloured stone. The east window especially has marvellous stained glass that was donated in the early 1470s by the Reverend John Walker, rector of the church. On sunny days, transient gems of coloured light are scattered on the walls, and various Medieval faces stare out from the windows.
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  • Average3%
  • Poor1%
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“box pews” (126 reviews)
“hidden away” (26 reviews)
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70 Goodramgate, York YO1 7LF, England
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+44 1904 613451
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Though not on the A (or even B) list of sights in York, this ancient church (which has never been electrified) gives insights into church life of old, including the unusual box-like configuration of wooden pews, unlike anything I'd seen before.

Thank WarsawWanderer
Reviewed 1 week ago

Loved this old church, with the closed in pews. Although it was not a whopping great cathedral, it was very interesting. We had a few wonderful explanations of various areas inside.

Thank rhiannyn
Reviewed 1 week ago

Stepping through the easy-to-miss gate on busy Goodramgate, you'll feel like you stepped into a picture of calm and tranquility. This beautiful small church sits amidst a quiet courtyard filled with trees and bird song. The interior of the church is wonderfully old fashioned with...More

1  Thank tmasch
Reviewed 1 week ago

Whether you're interested in the history of the parish church, the architecture and exquisite medieval stained glass, or simply need a break and a breath from your bustling visit to York - Holy Trinity on Goodramgate is not to miss. With two entrances to the...More

Thank Lindsay K
Reviewed 1 week ago

This old little church must be the most charming little church in york it's would be perfect for a candle light service at christmas you just forget all the noise off the street in the quiet graveyard

Thank Lynn R
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Was shown this as part of a walking tour, we would not have known it was there otherwise. Its grounds are an oasis of calm and the church itself is very interesting

Thank PAUL B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Easy to miss, but don't. This old church is small but beautiful inside, with its box pews and sagging floors. Very nice stained glass.

Thank Steve F
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

York Minster is for awe- but Holy Trinity Church is for reflection and feeling close to the past. This little church is hidden in the middle of the shopping district- but immediately it's quiet and feels all alone. The windows and property are lovely and...More

Thank Amy B
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This little beauty is hidden just of the main street. Well worth a little detour to discover its fascinating interior.

Thank mrstmls
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Its not easy to find but worth it. Access is through a narrow lane and the Church and gardens are surrounded by other buildings, which make it a peaceful, quiet hiddeen gem. The Church is ancient and original with box pews. There are seats to...More

Thank Poothena
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EnglandCath
Hello. I am visiting York on Thursday and would like to include Holy Trinity on my day out. How do I get to you from the station? Many thanks
15 June 2015|
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Response from CCT_York | Property representative |
Hello, It should take you around 10 minutes to reach us on foot from the station. The easiest route would be to turn left out of the station, cross the river, and keep walking straight on towards York Minster. When you... More
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