Barley Hall, Yorkshire, England

A medieval townhouse in the heart of York.

Barley Hall, Yorkshire, England

Discover a medieval townhouse in the heart of York.

Once home to the Priors of Nostell and a Lord Mayor of York. Until the 1980s the building was hidden under a modern facade, with the amazing medieval structure only discovered and its rich history uncovered when it was about to be destroyed. Now restored to its original splendour, Barley Hall is dressed as it would have been when the Snawsell family called it home in 1483. Boasting stunning high ceilings, beautiful exposed timbers and a magnificent Great Hall, we invite you to make yourself at home in the Middle Ages. Plus: Discover Henry VIII’s impact on York through archaeology and first-hand accounts of life in the city at the ‘Power & Glory’ exhibition, included in your admission.

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Features & Accessibility

  • Visit England VAQAS
  • Accredited Museum
  • Winter Opening
  • Gift Shop
  • Group Visits
  • Facilities for visual impairments
  • Facilities for auditory impairments

Barley Hall

Contact

Barley Hall, Coffee Yard, Off Stonegate, York, North Yorkshire, YO1 8AR

01904 615505

www.barleyhall.co.uk

Opening times

Open Daily 10am until 5pm. Holiday opening times vary. Check website for latest opening hours.

Directions

Barley Hall is located in the heart of York. Walk up Stonegate towards York Minster and Coffee Yard is located on the right hand side.

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