Kings Manor is located at University of York, Exhibition Square, York YO1 7EP, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Kings Manor and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Arthur Murden

5 Google Rating

me and my wife had a look around at the really beautiful old buildings they cannot be really be put

5/ 5

me and my wife had a look around at the really beautiful old buildings they cannot be really be put into words we had seen the Kings Manor on television and we had seen photos before we came to York But you really need to see this place in person to see the beautiful artwork on the outside of the buildings I hope it's not long till we return to visit York as we will call back here

Marco Robinson-Metcalfe

4 Google Rating

A beautiful patchwork historical building and Im more than honoured to be studying here. Has a lovel

4/ 5

A beautiful patchwork historical building and Im more than honoured to be studying here. Has a lovely friendly cosy cafe with a small selection of food and a great place to quietly study. The first courtyard and cafe are open to the public and are definitely worth a small look around.

Saudi Sadiq

5 Google Rating

Part of the prestigious University of York. A great conserved place. You will love it and the coffee

5/ 5

Part of the prestigious University of York. A great conserved place. You will love it and the coffee inside is great.

Ryanna Coleman

5 Google Rating

Home to the Department of Archaeology at the University of York the very back courtyard is restricte

5/ 5

Home to the Department of Archaeology at the University of York the very back courtyard is restricted to members of the university only however the front courtyard including the King's Manor Refectory cafe is open to the public. The cafe is only open 9-3:30 on Monday to Friday but it does offer good food for a decent price. Next to the cafe is the Student Common Room (which is open to the public to visit) which hosts throughout the year numerous art and Archaeology exhibitions. There is also spaces throughout the site that may be rented for events. The manor itself originally dates to the 13th century and was connected to the (now ruined) Abbey of St. Mary. The manor has since been expanded and remodelled over the centuries as it has gone through various uses including as a place for the 'Council of the North' under Henry VIII, a base for the royalist forces during the civil war, private homes and a school for the blind before becoming home to the archaeology department.

Christopher Runyan-Beebe

4 Google Rating

nice tourist spot to look around and see the sights.

4/ 5

nice tourist spot to look around and see the sights.

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