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Timings : 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM

Entry Fee : Adult: GBP 8.50,
Child: Free Entry

York Castle Museum, York Overview

Located on the site of York Castle in York, North Yorkshire, England, the museum was founded by Dr John L. Kirk in 1938.

The York Castle located in the city of York in Egland is a fortified complex comprising of a sequence of castles, law courts and prisons over the last nine centuries. It is located on the Southern side of the River Foss. The castle was built originally on the orders of William 1 to dominate the former Viking city. Now, in the same site, stands a museum known as the York Castle museum that was founded by Dr. John Kirk. The museum houses his immense collection of social history, that reflects the everyday life in York. The most popular display is the reconstructed street, Kirkgate, which has been influential in many displays worldwide.

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