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Richard III Experience at Monk Bar, York

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  • We did have fun here but is very small for the money. We were lucky to have free entry with a max card. Lots of hands off stuff to do,tv with horrible histories and some books in a small tent, jigsaw,...  more »
  • This is quite a small exhibition, located in one of the old City Wall Gatehouses. To get in go up a steep flights of stairs to the ticket office, and then there are two more floors of exhibits above. ...  more »
  • Short stop by, you can find this at the end of York wall. The entrance pay small charge to get in but cover a year if you dont lose the ticket. Been tried on helmet for fun which is heavy i would say!  more »
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  • If you like history, it's for you! Every corner has it's own history. On the 3rd floor you'll find your knight in shining armor, ladies, but he's a hard guy to get.
  • Wasn't the best but a nice break to learn some history when walking the walls. Stairs are old stone ones quite narrow and limited/no hand rails but it us a brilliant building. Has a couple of videos, and a few artifacts hut mainly boards on walls.
  • Lovely historicplace
  • Not a great deal to see, but reasonable value if paired with visit to Henry VII Experience. Walk along the walls to the other gate house has great views of the Minster.
  • Pretty good value for £5 but when compared to other attractions such as the Jorvik centre, fairly limited in information and activities.