Snickelway of York, leading to Coffee Yard and Barley Hall

Barley Hall

Overview

A stunning medieval house, discovered under the modern facade of an office block, once home to the Priors of Nostell and the Mayor of York.

Visit the Barley Hall website

What makes it special

  • Explore York’s hidden medieval townhouse

Opening Times

April to October: 10:00 to 17:00 (daily)
November to March: 10:00 to 16:00 (daily)

Price

Barley Hall    Barley Hall & DIG***    Medieval Pass***    Pastport***
Adult - £6.50 (Barley Hall) (and £10.00 (Barley Hall & DIG), £8.00 (Medieval Pass), £20.00 (Pastport))
Child (5-16) - £3.50 (and £7.75, £4.50, £13.00)
Concessions - £5.00 (and £8.50, £6.00, £16.00)
Family 4 - £17.00 (and £29.50, £22.75, £55.00)
Family 5 - £20.00 (and £32.00, £23.75, £60.00)

Read more at Opening Hours & Prices .

Hostels nearby

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YHA York

En suite rooms available
Free wi-fi
Cycle store

Barley Hall

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Map references

OS Map: 105

OS Grid Ref: SE602520

Lat/Lng: 53.960941, -1.082738

Contact information

Email: [email protected]

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