York is a place in England, situated in North Yorkshire.

There are 24 museums in York.

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Exhibitions in York

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1914: When the World Changed Forever
31Dec

1914: When the World Changed Forever

The terror of total war and its revolutionary impact on life around the world will be explored in this major new exhibition marking the centenary of the First World War. From the pre-war golden age o...
Chocolate: York’s Sweet Past
31Jan

Chocolate: York’s Sweet Past

Delve into the delicious history of some of the world’s most iconic chocolates and sweets. this Easter as York Castle Museum takes you on a chocolatey tour of sweets galore. See original adverts, pack...
Medieval York: Capital of the North
06Jan

Medieval York: Capital of the North

From the fifth century, for a thousand years, the North of England was ruled from York. In this new exhibition, showcasing the Yorkshire Museum’s permanent collection of the region’s greatest survivin...
Sara Radstone: More Than Words
10Jun

Sara Radstone: More Than Words

The Centre of Ceramic Art (CoCA) presents a moving retrospective exhibition of work by British artist Sara Radstone (born 1955). Through her work with ceramics, Sara explores a range of ideas concerne...
The Genius of Grinling Gibbons: From Journeyman to King's Carver
14Sep

The Genius of Grinling Gibbons: From Journeyman to King's Carver

Fairfax House is delighted to announce the recent acquisition of Grinling Gibbons’ ‘King David Panel’ the earliest-known, surviving work by Gibbons – made in York. Saved from international export and...

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