Coming up at the Merchant Adventurers' Hall in August...


Mini Medievalists York Jaunt

Tuesday 26th and Thursday 28th August

10.30am - 12.00pm


Join your knowledgeable tour guide at the 657 year old Merchant Adventurers' Hall for a fascinating trip around Medieval York!

As part of the Yorkshire Medieval Festival, experience the sights and learn about the sounds and smells which would have greeted Medieval merchants as they went about their business, selling their goods on the streets of York.

Why is the Shambles so narrow and where does it get it's name from? Where is the oldest row of houses in York? How long did the Minster take to build and what is a Merchant?! These questions and many more will be answered in this fascinating walk through York's Medieval history.

Follow up your tour with a trip to historic Barley Hall for a morning of exciting activities for the family.

This is a walking tour so please wear comfortable footwear.


Charges: £6 per child, one accompanying adult free of charge. Additional adults: £3

Book online now to avoid disappointment or ring 01904 615505 to get your tickets.





A new exhibition exploring the Wars of the Roses in Yorkshire:



This new exhibition from the Jorvik group explores the terrible events of the Wars of the Roses in Yorkshire, from the struggles between local families to pitched battles that left thousands dead.

Uncover the hidden stories of peope who lived through these times, and learn how the wars continued in the region beyond the death of the last Yorkist King, Richard III.


This exhibition is included in the admission charge to the Hall.

The Company is the sole Trustee of the Registered Charities numbered 235256 and 700792. VAT number 475 4666 09.