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  • York: River Ouse Early Evening Cruise

    1. York: River Ouse Early Evening Cruise

    This 1-hour Early Evening Cruise is an entertaining and informative tour of historic York from the River Ouse. Enjoy the city from a different perspective as a friendly and knowledgeable team guides you leisurely up and downstream. During the cruise, the captain will keep you entertained with live commentary about the sites you pass. Learn about York’s history of flooding and its prosperity as an inland port, as you sail along the river that brought the Romans and the Vikings to this site. You’ll sail on a vessel that features an enclosed and heated saloon, rest rooms and a fully stocked bar serving beers, wines, spirits, soft drinks, hot drinks and snacks.

    Wonderfully relaxing evening cruise at sunset. The skipper/commentator had a very relaxing voice and was very knowledgeable

  • York: City Highlights Walking Tour

    2. York: City Highlights Walking Tour

    Contained within a ring of medieval stone walls, York concentrates 2000 years of history into a remarkably small area. This ninety-minute tour begins at Bootham Bar, the city’s northern entrance, from which every period of York’s development is visible, from Roman times to the present day. You’ll then enter the tranquil, green oasis of the Museum Gardens - a Victorian botanic garden which contains an 18th Century observatory, the remains of a Roman fortress and the spectacular ruins of St Mary’s Abbey. From here it is a short walk to the Minster - the largest medieval gothic cathedral in the country - which has dominated the city’s skyline for over 900 years. The Minster lies at the heart of a warren of ancient streets whose layout is Viking in origin. You’ll hear tales of Viking invasion while delving deep into the maze of secret passages known as ‘Snickelways’; passing an unhappy mer...

    Alfred was a great guide. He was very knowledgeable but presented the information in a fun and interesting way. A really enjoyable and informative tour.

  • York: 1–Hour Evening Walking Tour

    3. York: 1–Hour Evening Walking Tour

    Early evening is the most atmospheric time to experience York, the shops have closed, the tourist hordes have departed, the ancient streets lie at your disposal. This hour-long walking tour is for anyone seeking a concise, informal and entertaining introduction to York in the company of an expert local guide. Discover why the Minster is known as a Minster rather than a cathedral, why all the streets in York are called Gates and all the gates are called Bars. Start your tour in Exhibition Square, and see 2000 years of history simply by turning in a circle. Take in all the must-see sights including the Minster, the medieval walls and the Shambles, the inspiration for Diagon Alley. Take the opportunity to enter the maze of ancient cut-throughs and back-passages, or Snickelways as they are known locally.  Although this isn't a ghost tour there are plenty of gruesome true stories to be hear...

    Sarah was a really good. informative and made the tour very interesting, fun and easy to remember, we had two children aged 9 and 13 and they both said - ‘that was really good Mam’ - they expected to be bored but were far from it !

  • Leeds: 2-Hour Highlights Walking Tour

    4. Leeds: 2-Hour Highlights Walking Tour

    Meet your Blue Badge-certified guide in the heart of the city. Whether a tourist or a long-time local, let your guide lead you on a fascinating journey through the history of Leeds. Discover how it has come to be the city known and loved today.  Learn the story of wool, how it made the city rich, and how the industry paved the way for some great engineers. See what must be the most beautiful factory in the world, made out of local materials. The two-hour walk will take you to some hidden corners, as well as past art galleries, arcades, markets, trading places, and pocket gardens. Pick up some quirky facts along the way. Finish back at City Square with the history of the city brought to life and lots of tour tips for making the most out of the rest of your stay.

    Easy pace trip, friendly guide. No pressure to go inside a couple of public buildings if you didn't want too, although would make sure you have your mask with you in the present circumstances as the insides are definitely worth seeing.

  • York: Self-Guided City Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

    5. York: Self-Guided City Sightseeing Treasure Hunt

    Embark on a self-guided treasure hunt for a fun and unique way to explore York outdoors at your own pace. Get clues sent to your phone and search your surroundings for the answers as you are led on a beautiful route through fabulous places. Start your treasure hunt in the fabulous Museum Gardens in the center of York. Play using your phones, on which you’ll meet Captain Bess, a snarky pirate who’s testing out new recruits to join her ship. Receive beautiful treasure maps leading you from one spot to the next. Find yourselves sneaking through a series of small streets and footpaths, passing medieval churches, and guildhalls. Use the sent clues to search for your surroundings. When you get the right answer, move on to the next place. Don’t worry, if you get stuck you can ask for a hint to help you on your way. Learn some interesting facts and stories along the way about the things you'...

    Very clever and a fun couple of hours. Great way to engage teenagers in exploring a new city. I do wish there were a little more info about the landmarks you visit.

  • York: Private Bespoke History Walking Tour

    6. York: Private Bespoke History Walking Tour

    Walk through the streets of York which feels like taking a tour through the history of England. The Romans, Anglo-Saxons, Vikings, and Normans all remade the city to their own purposes. The Tudors and the Stuarts made themselves at home here. The Wars of the Roses and the English Civil War left their mark as well. Experience the history of one of the most fascinating cities in Britain. For 2,000 years, York has been at the heart of the nation’s affairs. Listen to your guide that will bring its history to life as you are walking through lush parks and narrow lanes, pass grand churches, and palaces to ruined castles and abbeys. Enjoy this tour that offers a private experience for larger groups or families who would prefer the personal touch. The tour takes in all the main sights of the city and provides an in-depth look at the history behind them. Your guide will happily customize the to...

  • York: Private Socially Distanced Guided Walking Tour

    7. York: Private Socially Distanced Guided Walking Tour

    The story of York is the story of England in wood, stone and chocolate. Constantine the Great became emperor here. Viking raiders left their chaotic street plan. Quaker confectioners invented the KitKat. No wonder it can be hard to know where to begin. How about the spot where it is possible to take in 2000 years of history simply by turning in a circle? And you don't have to walk much further to see how York was shaped by Romans, Normans and Tudors; as it is all laid out within the grounds of a Victorian botanic garden. Only in York can you be transported from a legionary fortress to a ruined abbey and a medieval hospital by crossing a lawn. Who needs a Tardis?  Ever wondered why the Minster is known as a Minster rather than a cathedral? Puzzled why all the streets in York are called Gates (and all the gates are called Bars)? This entertaining and informative walk provides the answers...

    Alfred our tour guide was very informative and all our family enjoyed his tour and knowledge of York

  • Self-Guided Food Tour of Leeds

    8. Self-Guided Food Tour of Leeds

    You will need to collect your self-guided tour pack from the secret location, which will be sent to you when booking. The pack must be collected between opening hours (Tuesday-Saturday 10am-4pm) but you may start your tour at any time. Inside your tour pack you'll find instructions, a map, information cards and tokens. Simply follow the map and hand your tokens in at each stop in return for a delicious dish. You'll visit six street food vendors (all inside and with seating), from tap rooms with a pop-up kitchen to a cool basement dedicated to independent street food.

  • The Best of Northern England: 5-Day Tour from Edinburgh

    9. The Best of Northern England: 5-Day Tour from Edinburgh

    Spend 5 glorious days exploring the very best of northern England on this exciting multi-day tour. Discover the beautiful East Lothian coastline and the amazing Alnwick Castle, spend some time in the city of York, and explore nature in the North Yorkshire Moors National Park and the Yorkshire Dales National Park. Visit the mysterious Castlerigg standing stones, travel to the shores of Ullswater,, said to be England's most beautiful lake, and much more along the way. Day 1 Your tour starts with a beautiful drive down the magnificent East Lothian coastline as you travel towards the walled border town of Berwick Upon Tweed. After stopping to admire the fortifications, continue to Alnwick Castle, whose magnificent interior and gardens have appeared in many films and television programs. Leaving Alnwick behind, travel towards the City of York on the Great North Road, and ar...

  • York: Private Walking Tour with Student Guide

    10. York: Private Walking Tour with Student Guide

    Discover York and learn about the city’s rich history on a private tour. Be led through the streets by a local student guide, passing the most important sites. Meet your guide in the city center to begin your private experience. Pass the City Gates, York Castle, St. Mary’s Abbey, York Minster, and more. Admire the beautiful architecture as you wander between landmarks. Discover the city’s medieval roots and modern history from your informative guide. Find out about Constantine, the emperor who converted Rome to Christianity. Hear how Richard III plotted his campaigns during the Wars of the Roses. This private experience can be tailored to the needs and interests of your group. Your walking tour ends back at the original meeting point, where you’re free to continue exploring on your own.

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What people are saying about Yorkshire and The Humber

Overall rating

4.8 / 5

based on 268 reviews

Alfred was a great guide. He was very knowledgeable but presented the information in a fun and interesting way. A really enjoyable and informative tour.

Really enjoyed it. Tour guide had great humour, and very knowledgeable. Was relaxing entertaining and funny. Highly recommend on a visit to York.

Wonderfully relaxing evening cruise at sunset. The skipper/commentator had a very relaxing voice and was very knowledgeable

A nice and peaceful trip down the river as the sun sets. Lovely!

Very fun way to explore the city on your own. Highly recommend.