Barley Hall, York

Barley Hall is a reconstructed Medieval building situated near Stonegate in York, England. This building originally dates back to 1483 but was given a new life after its heritage was discovered in 1980. It has a Great Hall faithfully recreating a 15th Century banquet hall where you can sit and take in the ambiance. It is like a living museum that takes visitors to 15th Century and experience the Medieval England.

For another look at medieval York, take a tour of the York City Walls.

Visitors, especially children, need to take care of steep stairs of Barley Hall. Many exhibitions related to Medieval England living and events like Christmas are hosted in Barley Hall throughout the year.

Enjoying the Medieval England in Barley Hall is a very special experience of English history.

Barley Hall address and hours


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Barley Hall
2 Coffee Yard
Off Stonegate
York
YO1 8AR

Barley Hall is open from 10 am to 4 pm in the months of November to March, from Wednesday to Saturday. From April to October, Barley Hall is open 10 am to 5 pm except Mondays. Family concessions are available in entry tickets.

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Last updated by Ansh on 04 October, 2012 in Destinations.

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