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Visit Clifford’s Tower car-free

Visit by bus for just £2 each way. Most buses in England are offering £2 Single Fares until 31st December 2024. Our journey planner will show you if your route is included, or you can find a full list of participating operators and routes here.

There are regular buses to York from all surrounding towns and villages. You can also reach York by direct train from most UK cities and from all Yorkshire towns. There’s a very frequent bus link from York Station to Clifford’s Tower. Our journey planner will show you train and bus times and walking routes.

Enjoy 20% off entry when you visit us car-free, showing a train or bus ticket or a bike helmet on arrival – terms and conditions apply.

Cyclists Welcome. National Routes 65 and 66 meet in York. Find out more about cycling in York – including bike, e-bike and e-scouter hire. Plan your cycle route here.

York’s mediaeval City Walls encircle the historic City of York, and offer an alternative walking route between the Railway Station and Clifford’s Tower.

There is a taxi rank at York Station.

A group of 3 or more can save 20% on trains to York with Groupsave.

If travelling by train, you can save money on bus fares by asking for a York PlusBus ticket which is valid on all buses in York, including the routes to Clifford’s Tower

York Castle Museum (run by York Museums Trust) is situated just 100m from Clifford’s Tower.

Here’s some information on accessibility on buses and trains. And here’s information on accessibility at Clifford’s Tower.

About Clifford’s Tower

Immerse yourself in centuries of history at one of York's most iconic sites and experience stunning views over the ancient city.

Built to subdue the rebellious north by William the Conqueror, Clifford’s Tower has been a royal mint, a medieval stronghold and a Civil War garrison and the site of one of the worst antisemitic massacres of the Middle Ages.

Today, a new roof deck gives unrivalled views over York's historic skyline and new walkways and staircases have opened up parts of the tower that have been closed for centuries. Immersive soundscapes and stories are bringing the tower’s turbulent history to life like never before.

For any queries about visiting contact Clifford’s Tower on 0370 333 1181 or customers@english-heritage.org.uk

Address: Clifford's Tower, Tower Street, York, North Yorkshire YO1 9SA. Visit Website