Historic Pubs of York

York has around 50 inns and pubs within the City Walls alone.  Summertime is ideal for taking an evening walk around the walls or riverside and then sampling some real Yorkshire ale in a cosy inn. Purely for the culture, of course. Ye Olde Starre Inn on Stonegate is probably York’s oldest surviving inn, dating from 1644. Visit the beer garden for views of the Minster.  The riverside Kings Arms on Kings Staith has had many names since 1783, its current arms belong to Richard III. The Roman Bath in York City Centre was formerly known as the The Mail Coach until Roman Baths were discovered under its floor during refurbishment. You can find these Inns and many more to explore on CAMRA’s helpful map.
Regular late evening buses between York Caravan Park, Copper Gate and York Train Station afford no limit to your cultural exploration!
Read about York’s Historic Inns and Pubs here.

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