As a thank you to the residents of York for their continued support to JORVIK Viking Centre following its flooding in December 2015, all the attractions within The JORVIK Group are offering free entry over the weekend of the 21st – 22nd May.
DIG offers a unique archaeological adventure to set children on their way to becoming real archaeologists. This is a one of a kind experience!
Discover historic pottery found in York, Viking residents uncovered beneath the streets and an exclusive look behind-the-scenes of our archaeological resource centre.
Find everything you need to know to go on your own archaeological adventure, including prices, opening times and how to find us!
Calling all Vikings! Go hunting for treasure with a birthday party at DIG!
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A Brand New Exhibition at Barley Hall exploring the archaeology, first-hand accounts of life in the city, and the effects that this greatest of Tudor monarchs had on life in York during his thirty eight year reign.
This exhibition lets you explore some of the diverse collection of artefacts discovered during the five-year excavation of Hungate in York and reveals the stories of the people who lived there from Roman times to the early 20th century.