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We were able to do a whistlestop tour of York in a day, visiting all major sites and events. It was good value for money as discounted on the standard price. The only downfall was the need to buy ink for the printer to print out the email attachment.
I really enjoyed my trip to New York. The York Pass worked out really well.
I purchased both a two day Yorkshire Pass and a fifteen day Great British Heritage Pass. Most of the attractions outside of York that I wanted to visit were covered by both passes.
I visited a number of key attractions in York (Jorvik Viking Centre, York Minster, York Castle Museum, Cliffords Tower, Barley Hall) in one day and only needed a one day Yorkshire pass.
However, if someone wishes to see York in more depth, a two day Yorkshire Pass might be advisable.
Great weekend away, Yorkshire Pass made things cheaper and no need to worry about extra spending money to cover the places of interest.
the york pass was great we went in alot of places that otherwise would have been far too expensive to pay individually at. the dungeons and york boat tour are great and we really enjoyed the castle museam. But we visited other attractions using the pass too. well worth the money and really easy to collect from the train station information centre.
We used the pass on a weekend visit to York. It was definitely worthwhile but we very disappointed that, despite the boat trip being flagged up as an important item in the publicity, it could only be used on only 1 of the 50 sailings a day - and that was at a very inconvenient time! 7.30pm. None of the guided walks were included either. On our return journey we used our pass to visit the Deep in Hull which was a bonus.