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The York Pass Including Hop-On Hop-Off Tour

Highlights
  • Save money as you explore York with a York Pass
  • See and do more with zero to pay at more than 30 attractions
  • Free entry to must-sees such as York Minster and Clifford’s Tower
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The York Pass Including Hop-On Hop-Off Tour
From US$53.80
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  • Overview
  • What to Expect
  • Important Information
  • Reviews
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2-Day PassMost Popular
York Pass valid for 2 calendar days from the time of first use
US$73.98
1-Day Pass
York Pass valid for 1 calendar day from the time of first use
US$53.80
3-Day Pass
York Pass valid for 3 calendar days from the time of first use
US$94.15
Overview
Making the most of everything York has to offer can often prove expensive. With a York Pass, you save as you sightsee, with free admission to more than 30 attractions in the city and wider Yorkshire. Choose a 1-, 2-, or 3-day pass to fit your plans, and enjoy entry to York Minster, Clifford’s Tower, and a City Sightseeing bus tour, along with savings at Castle Howard, and many other must-sees.
What to Expect
Book and then collect your 1-, 2- or 3-day York Pass in York. It’s valid for your chosen number of days in consecutive order from first use.
Then, take advantage of the offers aided by the complimentary guidebook. You’ll enjoy free admission tickets or save at more than 30 local attractions, including:
• York Dungeon
• York Minster
• York’s Chocolate Story
• Yorkshire Museum
• Barley Hall
• Clifford's Tower
• DIG
• Fairfax House
• Goddards House
• Henry VII Experience
• JORVIK
• Mansion House
• Merchant Adventurers’ Hall
• NRM Road Train
• Richard III Experience
• Roman Bath
• Treasurer’s House
• York Army Museum
• York Art Gallery
• YorkBoat
• York Brewery
• York Castle Museum
• York Cold War Bunker
• Castle Howard
• Beningbrough Hall
• National Birds of Prey Centre
• Byland Abbey
• Captain Cook Museum
• Eden Camp History Museum
• Murton Park Farming Museum
• Helmsley Castle
• Helmsley Walled Garden
• York Maze
• North York Moors Railway
• Rievaulx Abbey
• Scampston Garden

Plus, you'll receive select discounts at other venues and outlets, too.
Reviews (105)
1 - 5 of 53 reviews
Reviewed 1 week ago
fantastic value for money long as you plan well

Its fantastic value for money as long as you plan which part of the city to visit first and the buses and river cruise are great to.

Thank Eddy H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago
Good Value

While we visited York we decided to purchase the York Pass as it was our first visit to the city we had a lot of attractions to see. We would recommend anyone who as not visited before to do exactly the same because it works...More

2  Thank keith b
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Get one!!

So worth the money to buy one, saves a lot of money especially with all there is to see in York as well as outside the city. We had the 3 day pass on a 4 day visit and we couldn't fit it all in....More

Thank Jo20082018
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
Just do it !

We paid £65 for 3 days of unlimited sightseeing. We never got around all the premises. Every visit we were welcomed with our pass, the value, of about £22 per day is amazing. 2 visits and you are already up on the deal. We also...More

3  Thank dimproblem
Reviewed 4 weeks ago
WELL WORTH THE MONEY

Saves looking in the purse or wallet for those must visit attractions. This prepaid pass covers everything you could possible wish to see in the York area. We had a 3 day pass each and crammed so much in, we wouldn't have been able to...More

1  Thank michelle t
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Poobe
22 August 2018|
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Response from DavidE5800 |
With your pass all the attractions are free, you just need money for food if want any.
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