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Discover Wolf Hall Comes to York!
York’s Hidden Gem
5 minutes walk
Adult £6.00 Family x 4 £15.00 Senior/Student £4.50 Family x 5 £17.50 Child £3.00 Under 5s FREE
Your payment will be treated as an admission donation that entitles you and your family group 12 months free admission from the date of payment.
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If you are paying for a number of visitors then only the donation in respect of your family members can be turned into a Gift Aid donation.
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By turning your admission donation into a Gift Aid donation, at no expense to you, allows us to claim from the Government an extra 25p for every £1 you spend.
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Groups Welcome Up to 15% off standard admission tickets is available for groups of 15 people or more. Visit the website for more information.
Barley Hall, 2 Coffee Yard, off Stonegate, York, YO1 8AR 01904 615505 www.barleyhall.co.uk @TheJORVIKGroup
School Visits With cross-curricular learning experiences on offer, give your students the chance to DIG, delve and discover the history and archaeology of York for themselves. Discover more at www.barleyhall.co.uk
Opening Hours Summer (April -Oct) 10am – 5pm Winter (Nov-March) 10am – 4pm Open 7 days a week Holiday opening times may vary; check the website for up to the minute information.
Barley Hall is a stunning medieval townhouse, once home to the Priors of Nostell and a Lord Mayor of York.
Access at Barley Hall • Large print and Braille guides • Unfortunately due to the historic nature of the building, wheelchair access is limited. Please contact us for more information
Book Online Today at www.barleyhall.co.uk or call 01904 615505
Discover the History of York with a JORVIK Group Pastport
Other attractions in The JORVIK Group:
5 Attractions I 12 Months Free Entry I 1 Great Price Adult Senior/Student Child
£18.95 £14.95 £11.95
Family x 4 Family x 5 Under 5s
Explore York’s hidden medieval townhouse www.barleyhall.co.uk
£49.95 £54.95 FREE
Discover more at www.thejorvikgroup.com/pastport
Barley Hall and The JORVIK Group are owned by York Archaeological Trust, a registered Charity in England & Wales (No.509060) and Scotland (No. SCO42846)
Free Admission For A Year With Your Ticket
For decades the original structure was hidden under a relatively modern façade until archaeologists from York Archaeological Trust discovered the hidden history of this amazing building and now we invite you to do the same.
© Company Pictures / Playground Entertainment for BBC2 2015
Coffee Yard in 1984
Explore Life in the Middle Ages Coffee Yard c.1892
Discover Barley Hall The oldest parts of Barley Hall date from about 1360, when the Hall was built as the York townhouse of the Nostell Priory. The building was extensively rebuilt in 1430 and soon after became the home of a leading York citizen William Snawsell, goldsmith, alderman and Lord Mayor of York. The house was bought by York Archaeological Trust in 1987 who worked to restore the Hall to its former splendour; with high ceilings, beautiful exposed beams and possibly the only horn window in England. The Hall is furnished to replicate the household of the Snawsell family during the reign of Richard III.
Take a seat at the high table, handle the household objects and really make yourself at home as you become immersed in the life of a wealthy family in medieval York. Everything in Barley Hall is hands-on, helping you to get upclose and personal to history.
Extended to March 2018
Experience Medieval York York was England’s second city, boasting strong and imposing fortifications, countless important public and private buildings and famous as the seat of an Archbishop. Discover this exciting period with The JORVIK Group’s Medieval Pass; allowing you access to three of the city’s best medieval attractions for one great price! The Medieval Pass includes Barley Hall, the Richard III Experience at Monk Bar and the Henry VII Experience at Micklegate Bar. More information can be found at www.barleyhall.co.uk/medievalpass
Deceit, betrayal, lust and power… Barley Hall’s ‘Power & Glory’ exhibition is home to six of the most sumptuous costumes from the smash hit BBC series, Wolf Hall. With items on display worn by famous actors including Mark Rylance and Claire Foy, this is your chance to explore this turbulent time in England’s history through some of the most beautiful pieces of clothing inspired by the Tudor court. Explore all at www.barleyhall.co.uk/wolfhall
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