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A DAY in the ANCIENT CITY OF YORK

Easter Monday 1st April

York is a walled city in northeast England that was founded by the ancient Romans.  Its huge 13th century Gothic cathedral, York Minster has medieval stained glass and 2 functioning bell towers.  The City Walls form a walkway on both sides of the river Ouse.  The Shambles are one of York’s oldest and most fun streets check out the Shambles Market, which is best explored early in the day.  The Jorvik Viking Centre gives you the chance to step back to that time and explore the city as it was under Norwegian rule.  The National Railway Museum is amazingly popular as the mighty machines on display have very broad appeal.  Take a close look at about 100 engines, including several working steam trains.  Bettys is almost certainly the most famous tea rooms in York but there are lots of cafes and restaurants for lunch and afternoon tea which are even better than Bettys.  Parliament Street with its wide square is lined with high street stores and cafés, including Marks & Spencer. 

Adult: £43.00               Senior Citizen/Child:  £42.00                                 

All attractions are extra cost

ROUTE 28 07:30 Cropwell North

Village / Town Location Cropwell North
Langar Unicorn Pub 07:15am
Cropwell Bishop Fern Road 07:30am
Bingham Garden Road 07:38am
Bingham White Lion pub 07:39am
Bingham Coop Market Place 07:40am
Radcliffe on Trent The Grange 07:50am
Cotgrave Manvers Arms Pub 08:00am
West Bridgford Davis Road/Radcliffe Road 08:10am
West Bridgford Davis Road/Cyril Road 08:10am
West Bridgford Coop/Library Bridgford Road 08:15am
Nottingham Mount Street 08:30am

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