Tagged with York

Something Old, Something New, Something Tempered, Something Brewed

Something Old, Something New, Something Tempered, Something Brewed

York is known for its history – extending from Roman times, through the medieval age, Tudor kings and Queens, the great plague, WW I and II right up until today. Continuously inhabited for two millenia York is filled with fascinating history and heritage, making it the perfect destination for history hounds.

York Minster – Secrets of the Centuries

York Minster – Secrets of the Centuries

We round the corner and the hulking form of York Minster looms into view, completely dominating the skyline of the city of York. York Minster is said to be the largest gothic cathedral in Northern Europe and I’m inclined to believe this particular factoid after visiting the cathedral on our recent trip to York.

Pursuing the Paranormal – Ghost Hunting in York

Pursuing the Paranormal – Ghost Hunting in York

On a dark and foggy evening you can see why people believe that York is the most haunted city in the world. The damp fog hangs heavy over the narrow, winding streets and makes the city’s maze of alleyways seem even more dark and mysterious.