Visit the official Welcome to Yorkshire site.
Visit the website for Visit York.
There are six Park & Ride services dotted around York and they are one of the easiest ways to visit the city.
Disability World, a site dedicated to people with disabilities, including a list of accessible places to visit.
Culture24 lists cultural venues and activities throughout the UK.
hello yorkshire offers you the best in Yorkshire B&B, Yorkshire Cottages and Yorkshire hotels.
For a collection of bed and breakfasts, guest houses and small hotels in the York area which can be booked online, enjoy bed and breakfast
Essentialhotels is a hotel reservation service run by a community of experts to organise your hotels when you visit York.
For trains to York, please see the Transpennine Express website. There are no booking fees when buying online and a great choice of trains when coming to the City.
Explore all the History of York from the prehistoric to the current day.
The Sheldon Memorial Trust provides funds for an essay competition and grants or loans for publications or projects within the objects of the Charity.
The York Consortium for Conservation and Craftmanship is an organisation who actively engage and promote conservation training in the City.
The Company of Merchant Adventurers enjoys close links with Yorkshire's own Infantry Regiment The Yorkshire Regiment
The York Mystery Plays Supporters Trust is a newly created group who have been formed to support the Mystery Plays in York in their various incarnations.
For information on Civil Partnerships please click here for York Register Office
We have six dedicated caterers who work at the Hall. For more information on them, please see below:
Tucked amongst the streets and busy thoroughfares of York are a group of historic buildings and museums which explore the city's colourful past. Discover stunning Medieval buildings, splendid Georgian town houses and unique collections.
Fairfax House: One of the finest Georgian townhouses in England with a superb collection of Georgian furniture.
Treasurer's House: An elegant 17th and 18th century townhouse dating back to the Medieval period.
Quilt Museum & Gallery: Housed in the Medieval Guildhall of St Anthony, the museum is the first in Britain dedicated to quilt making and textile arts.
Barley Hall: A stunning timber framed Medieval town house tucked away in the centre of York.
Mansion House: Is the home to the Lord Mayor of York and houses a remarkable collection of silver.