February Offer!


Just £42.50 for two days sightseeing!

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What You Get


Great savings on attraction ticket costs


Full colour guidebook on York and Beyond York attractions


Free 1 day hop-on hop-off City Sightseeing bus tour (does not run Dec - Feb)


Collection from York or home delivery


Discounts in shops, cafes and restaurants around York

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What's on in York

Monday 20th – 26th February 

JORVIK Viking Festival

Viking Festival - girl in front of Cliffords Tower

Recognised as the largest event of its kind anywhere in Europe, the annual JORVIK Viking Festival is a city-wide celebration of York’s rich Viking heritage.

Join us in 2017 as we prepare to celebrate the return of the world famous JORVIK Viking Centre with a programme of events inspired by the last Viking king in York, Eric Bloodaxe. Expect living history encampments, walks, talks, lectures and of course, dramatic combat performances!


Barley Hall

Join Experts from across the archaeological world at Barley Hall as they explain the techniques behind their discipline. 

Events include: 

Mon 20th- Meet the Experts: From Dig to Display – Archaeological Conservation

Have you ever wondered how archaeological finds make their way from dig to display?

Tues 21st- Meet the Experts: Site Investigations

When people imagine archaeologists on site they often assume it will be lots of chunky knit jumpers, luxurious facial hair and people digging with spoons.....

Weds 22nd- Meet the Experts- Melting Pot: Food and Identity in the Age of the Vikings

Weapons and jewellery tell us a lot about Vikings and their effects on the cultures they they raided and settled with- but now we can also look at the humble cooking pot! 

Thurs 23rd-Meet the Experts-What Came First? The Chicken or the Pot?

Discover the wide array of items left in Roman Burials and their significance at this enlightening session.

Fri 24th- Meet the Experts: The Past Through a Lens; Film and Photography on Archaeological Sites

See how on-site media use has evolved since the early 1970s, and how site etiquette, digging culture and the landscape of York have changed with it.