City of York

City of York

Liverpool & Wirral Pickup Route: York is one of the most intriguing cities in England. A city layered with history, beauty and variety. Superbly preserved, York has witnessed more than 2000 years of vibrant history.

York is one of the most intriguing cities in England. A city layered with history, beauty and variety. Superbly preserved, York has witnessed more than 2000 years of vibrant history.

 

Attractions are thick underfoot in this historic city, so you'll never be short for things to do in York!

 

Historic York

 

For children and history buffs alike, there are plenty of attractions in York to awaken the imagination. Step back in time at the Castle Museum, with its perfectly recreated Victorian and Edwardian street-scenes. Marvel at William the Conqueror's Clifford's Tower or discover over 300 years of rail history at the National Railway Museum.

 

April sees the much awaited reopening of JORVIK Viking Centre, which has undergone a multi-million pound renovation. Step back in time to viking age York.

 

Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth

 

Charles M. Schulz once famously said "All you need is love. But a little chocolate now and then doesn't hurt.” True words, and York's Chocolate Story is the perfect place to learn about the history of York's famous chocolate making families. Uncover a host of secrets and facts about some favourite guilty pleasures,  from the Chocolate Orange to the globally famous Kit Kat.

 

Looking for a slap up afternoon tea? York is the home to hundreds of cafe's and tearooms, one of the most famous being  Betty's Tea Rooms, once recommended by Wallace & Gromit as the best place to have a nice hot cup of tea! Enjoy a selection of speciality teas, and feast on sandwiches, scones and equisite cakes. We recommend the Swiss Chocolate Torte!

 

Hidden Gems

 

As well as the obvious attractions, York has a wealth of hidden treasures within it's walls. Just a stone's throw from the Minster is  Treasurer's House, once home to wealthy Yorkshireman, Frank Green, who built and rebuilt sections of the house to his liking. Relax in the award winning walled garden, or head down to the cellars to see the archaeology. Will you see the famous  roman ghosts...? 


The City of York is always a popular choice for our customers, so book your ticket for a day trip to York today! 

 

Booking for a group of 10+? We can offer group discounts on scheduled day trips or arrange a private trip for yourselves! 

 

Give us a call on 01928 529034 for more information. Our sales office is open Mon-Fri 9:00 - 17:30.

York Minster, JORVIK, the National Railway Museum and York Castle Museum are just a few of York's world famous attractions. Boat trips on the River Ouse, entertaining guided walks and open-top bus tours take in the city's historic architecture and introduce York's Roman, Viking, Medieval and royal heritage. See more attractions for less, by getting The York Pass from the Visitor Information Centre

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Below is a list of pick-up points available on this tour.

Name Address Contact Details
Birkenhead Birkenhead
Europa Boulevard, near the College
Broadgreen Start M62 Broadgreen Start M62
Layby Opposite the Rocket Pub at Start of M62
Bromborough Bromborough Cross
Royal Oak (Village side)
Ellesmere Port Ellesmere Port
Library, Civic Way
Liverpool Liverpool - Lime Street
Lime Street, Lions Statues, St.Georges Hall
Wallasey Wallasey
The Boot Inn, Liscard

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