York Army Museum

The York Army Museum takes visitors on a journey through history, following Yorkshire's historic cavalry and infantry regiments—The Royal Dragoon Guards and The Yorkshire Regiment—from 1685 to the present day. Recently reopened after a £1 million renovation, the small museum is a fitting tribute to the British Army, and now ranks among the most impressive military museums in the UK.

Visitors can learn more about the regiments and their soldiers through a series of interactive exhibits, audio-visual displays, and a collection of artifacts dating back more than 300 years. Highlights include a sizable display of army memorabilia, including weaponry, uniforms, medals, and photographs; personal accounts from serving soldiers and army personnel; and a dress up area for kids to try on the army uniforms.

Insider Tip: The best time to visit the museum is during school holiday periods, when expert guides are on-hand to demonstrate the different weapons, uniforms, and combat gear.

Practical Info

The York Army Museum is located opposite Clifford’s Tower in central York. It is open Tuesday to Friday from 9:30am to 4;30pm, and Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 4pm. Adult admission is £5, and child admission is £2.50.
Location
Adresse: 3A Tower St, York, England
Time
Åbningstider: Tues–Fri: 9:30am–4:30pm; Sat–Sun: 10am–4pm
Ticket
Entré: Adult: £5, Child: £2.50
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