Yorkshire Museum

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General Information

Yorkshire Museum is a museum that is dedicated to covering and displaying pieces from biology, geology, archaeology and astronomy, the museum is situated in York, England. The museum was established in 1830 and is housed in a purpose-built building designed by William Wilkins to a Greek Revival style, which is now a ‘Grade I’ listed building. The museum is thought to have a collection into the millions and its most famous pieces which are on display include ‘The Cawood Sword’ and ‘The Middleham Jewel’.

Getting there

If travelling by car note that there is no parking directly at the museum and the closest car park is five minutes away. The closest railway station to the museum is York Station which is a 10 to 15-minute walk away. The number 2 bus runs towards the museum stopping on museum street, which is a short walk away.

Opening Times and Admission

The museum is open seven days a week from 10-5pm. It costs £6 for adults to enter the museum and it is free for children as long as they’re with a paying adult. The museum has a cafe for visitors to enjoy as well.

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