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The Merchant Adventurers’ Hall is one of York’s medieval marvels. Set in beautiful gardens in the heart of historical York, it is open for public use as a museum, wedding and hospitality venue and meeting place some 650 years after construction...more
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A stunning building outside and in, and very interesting too. I learned a lot about medieval merchants trading with Europe, setting sail to foreign ports and bringing back goods from far off places. The magic and romance of the merchant advenurers comes across in the...More
Why is it that modern house-builders will only give a 25 year guarantee while this building has survived floods, gales, wars and civil unrest and 650 years of regular use and yet is still standing? Impressive doesn't do it justice!
York has a number of trust properties,this City is a place to suit everybody.this place has a good cafe in the basement,the food served was lovely,plus the scones which were lovely,they do have stairs so you need to check before you go
What a fascinating place and great value. In fact probably one of the most interesting places I have visited.
We had been to Clifford Tower earlier in the day which for the same cost had virtually given no information about it.
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We did not go into the hall as it was closed for a few hours when we arrived there, but the soup in the cafe was excellent, told to us by our partners, but the walnut and carrot cake was worth the extra calories.
This far exceeded my expectations. It was a small cost to get into and well worth it. There is also a nice cafe inside or outside on a nice day which makes nice scones.
This building dates back to the 1300s and you can really...More
Response from margaret d | Reviewed this property |
The entry fee is £6,or £5 if,like me you're over 60. The opening time is 10am until 4pm(occasionally 3.30pm),and I wouldn't have thought that you'd need to book,we didn't. It takes a couple of hours to see it all and... More
The entry fee is £6,or £5 if,like me you're over 60. The opening time is 10am until 4pm(occasionally 3.30pm),and I wouldn't have thought that you'd need to book,we didn't. It takes a couple of hours to see it all and I'd highly recommend the cafe next door called The Hairy Fig.