This tour offers a fun, laid back touring experience with fellow beer lovers, giving you unrestricted access to some of the best beer in the country.
Enjoy a delicious three course dinner aboard the Captain James Cook, the largest boat on the River Ouse in York.
Take an early evening stroll from the dawn of Christianity to the modern day. See a side of York you would never see from an open-topped bus.
Indulge in a delightful cruise with a selection of dainty home-made sandwiches, delicious finger desserts and fruit scone with preserve and cream.…
A 90-minute walking tour from the dawn of Christianity to the birth of the Kit Kat. Find out why York is still a city with Viking mud on its boots…
Travel through the best of Northern England on this tour to York, Chatsworth House, the Peak District and more. On this 3-day small-group tour from…
Choose your adventure with a York City Pass. This pass is valid for one full day of sightseeing and gives your entry to 25 attractions in York.
Explore York's chocolate history at York's Chocolate Story. Learn about the origins of chocolate and about York's founding confectionery families.
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Really enjoyed the tour, our guide was engaging and fun and you get to taste your way through it. I really loved how interactive it is and it suits all ages. My daughter went there on a school trip and enjoyed it so much she wanted to go again on our visit to York. Don't miss out on the history of chocolate that is part of York's past and present.
Never knew such a little gem was in York. My only suggestion is the chocolate shop due to size of area is limited. Bigger shop bigger selection i.e. bags of single finger all flavours Kit Kat
A lovely little tour that kept you interested with it’s historical info and little tasters all the way from start to finish. The aroma in the shop is mouthwatering.
Please do not ask for a review with a PARTNER and then exclude a Wife.....without a family. If you want to be politically correct then remember we all have rights.
We bought them on my phone, but then had to go to the tourist informtion to get the cards.