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Barley Hall is a stunning medieval house, once home to the Priors of Nostell and the Mayor of York. The building has been lovingly restored to its original splendour with its high ceilings, beautiful exposed timber frames, and possibly the only horn...more
This property has so much to offer but the whole thing is an advert for magic, quack remedies and the uncanny. Waste of an amazing property. We did this on the York pass -would have been very disappointed if I paid to enter. Seriously !
On entrance, we were greeted very pleasantly by Peter who examined the attraction and what else was on offer. The displays are laid out brilliantly and you are encouraged to interact with the exhibits. Very informative and well worth a visit... Even your children will...More
Really enjoyed visiting the hall - we had a 12 year old and 2 year old and both enjoyed themselves. The man at the desk was really friendly and shown us where to put our buggy etc. Th3 items in the hall are hands on...More
We have visited this place many times since it first opened. This year we lingered for a very long time - the new exhibition fascinated us and the way in which it showed the inter-weaving of magic, science and religion was very good indeed. The...More
This was our first visit here and it was very interesting. It is tucked away so it is quieter than a lot of other places. I suppose a lot of pople don't realise it it is there. Youc an get a combined ticket for the...More
Visited on Saturday, and must say although a simple attraction it is very interesting. It’s worth watching the eight minute film at the start as this shows the painstaking renovation work that was done on the hall. You won’t spend all day there but it’s...More
I bought a pastport and this was one of the places on it. We visited with 2 children aged 8 and 6 and feared they may get bored this was not the case the staff were so interactive with them. Explaining lots of interesting facts....More