Lives in York, United Kingdom
Since Dec 2012
25-34 year old male
Factory Outlets, Playgrounds, Shopping Malls
Neighbourhoods, Points of Interest & Landmarks, Architectural Buildings
Speciality Museums, History Museums
Indoor shopping centre lots of designer shops and a good selection of restaurants
Situated on a street mentioned in the dooms day book of 1086. Coffee shop, ale house and light bites
York's most famous street is lined with timber-framed buildings housing a range of touristy shops voted Google's Most Picturesque Street in Britain. Features great shops, cafes, restaurants and tourist attractions. A fantastic place to stroll on a day in York or visit to take in some shopping, history and culture.
Great food and onsite accommodation. The interior of the Masons Arms provides a setting for some genuine Gothic features including oak paneling from York Castle and the fireplace from the Castle gatehouse.
Whether your in to trains or not this place tells you the history of Britain through the age of steam. The National Railway Museum in York displays a collection of over 100 locomotives and nearly 300 other items of rolling stock, virtually all of which either ran on the railways of Great Britain or were built there. The museum is a short walk from the railway station in York, either on the road or via a staircase from the rear of the platforms. A "roadtrain" runs from the city centre (near York Minster) to the museum, York Park and Ride also serve the museum from the car park entrance, on Line 2 (Rawcliffe Bar-York).