Edinburgh Arms

Address: 25 Fishergate, York, North Yorkshire, England, YO10 4AE, United Kingdom | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 25 Fishergate, York, is near Jorvik Viking Centre, Merchant Adventurers' Hall, The Original Ghost Walk of York, and Rowntree Park.
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      Making the most of the sunshine

      A travel blog entry by thegrundyreids on Apr 08, 2015

      2 comments, 8 photos

      ... Justice in Nottingham they use actors to help bring the history alive as well as taking you on an amazing journey (done like a ghost ride but without the ghosts) through a mock street to illustrate just how the Vikings lived. It was excellent.

      After that we wandered through many of York's ancient streets - including the famous "Shambles" - and took in the awe-inspiring Minster. It's a great many years since I last went to York and it is just as beautiful ...


      A travel blog entry by piperwg on Nov 14, 2014

      18 photos

      ... Pic 6. This badge is one of two surviving from at least 13000 ordered by Richard 111 for distribution at the installation of his son as Prince of Wales 1483. The badge was worn to show your affiliation to the King. This badge was only found in 2010 with a metal detector and has been restored by the museum. The Middleham Jewel, Pic 7, bought by the museum for 2.5 million was found by a metal detector in 1985. The face shown depicts ...

      A week in York

      A travel blog entry by bstokesdenver on Sep 05, 2014

      9 photos

      ... to Henry VII and the rise of the Tudor Kings. This finally ended the Cousin’s War (Henry and Richard were distant cousins) which became known as the Wars of the Roses. We make a last visit to the Market, the Shambles and Stonegate Street a few of our favorite places. York has been fun and interesting. We parked the car last Saturday and haven’t used it since. I think we are back on track with our travels and got some necessities out of the ...

      York Minister, Shambles & Medieval Walls

      A travel blog entry by smittee on Mar 28, 2014

      38 photos

      ... for are the City Walls. Since Roman times, York has been defended by walls of one form or another. York city walls are 3.4 km in length and with a history stretching back nearly 2000 years, the walls of York are amongst the finest preserved historic monuments anywhere in the world. The walls were built in Roman times to defend the city from outside enemies and stand as a look out platform then later the walls were restored. A good way to get ...

      Woman on a mission

      A travel blog entry by sandraking on Aug 14, 2013

      3 comments, 6 photos

      ... seat for Friday's journey to London. Then, I walked across town to the Minster. Being so early in the morning, there weren’t a huge number of people around so the walking around was much easier. Whilst the Minster was interesting and obviously very historic, I am not a huge church fan so didn’t spend an enormous amount of time there.

      When you hear where I went next you are going to think I am a ...