Places of Interest by Adams House York

Eden Camp

Ghost Detective

The Ghost Hunt of York

Macarthur Glen Designer Outlet

York Castle Museum

Yorks Air Museum

Castle Howard

Wolds Way Lavendar

The Kohima Museum

Castle Museum on Inside York

York Tourism Links

VisitYork - The Official Site for York Tourism

Inside York - York City Guide

This is York - The Press York News

City of York Council - Tourism & Development in York

York Hospitality Association - industry organisation dedicated to visitors to York.

York Festival of Food & Drink - Significant Food Festival running for 10 days in York.

The World Tour of York - An entertaining guided walk telling the story of York both in the past and Today. EVERY SATURDAY - ADVANCE BOOKING IS ESSENTIAL.

Also available - Tailor Made Guided Walking Tours for Groups or individuals.

Adams House Bed & Breakfast (B&B) Guest House Accommodation in York, UK situated in Fulford close to York city centre & the many famous pubs & restaurants of York. Adams House is one of York¹s guest houses which is very conveniently situated for the A64 road to the Yorkshire east coast, North Yorkshire Moors & Yorkshire Dales, a good starting point from which to explore the surrounding area of York.

In the centre of York you can visit the National Railway Museum just further down from York railway station, the many York museums & other tourist attractions in York. The Jorvik Centre right in the middle of York lets you smell and hear the atmosphere of a Viking village. York Minster, the largest medieval building in England, is a must to visit. If you fancy a nice walk the there is no better than the, approximately 2 hour, walk round York city on the remains of the medieval walls of York which encircle the old city of York. You can get off at any stage if you get tired! The Castle Museum is one of the most popular museums in York showing everyday life in the streets of York. Another of York's famous attractions is the 14th century Merchant Adventurers' Hall which is said to be the finest medieval guild hall in Europe.

There are several Ghost walks in York! These Ghost trails takes you back in time to experience some of York's chilling history. Dick Turpin is of course buried in York. The River Ouse has many boat trips run daily up and down the Ouse. There are also evening cruises which pass through historic York and the surrounding countryside up and down river. On The Knavesmire is York Racecourse which hosted Royal Ascot in 2005.