Park Inn by Radisson York City Centre

North Street YO1 6JF York United Kingdom +44 1904 459988
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York Minster

With an illustrious history stretching back to the Middle Ages, York Minster is one of Europe’s most significant religious buildings. The cathedral is one of the largest of its type in Northern Europe, and remains an important centre of worship today.

Climb the 275 steps up the tall central tower for a magnificent view from the tallest point in the city. It is an undoubted highlight of any trip to York and will provide visitors with memories to last a lifetime.
 

Gothic architecture and atmosphere

Also known as St Peters, York Minster has always been an important site in the city. Archaeological evidence of ancient Roman ruins has been found underneath the magnificent cathedral and the area has been the location of a church since 627AD. Although that early religious building fell victim to turbulent historical times, the roots of the current structure can be traced back to 1220.

Around that time, the enormous Gothic structure began to take shape, a process that continued for more than 250 years. Once finished, the incredible cathedral became the centre of the church in the North of England. This significance remains today with the Archbishop of York’s status as the second-highest office of the Church of England.
 

The heart of an ancient city

York has one of the richest histories in the UK and this impressive past can be enjoyed at locations throughout the city. While York Minster offers an insight into the grandeur of the Medieval Church, other venues like the Jorvik Viking Centre delve even further back into history. After enjoying a historic adventure, relax in your comfortable room at Park Inn by Radisson, York City Centre.