Richard III Experience at Monk Bar is located at 6 Monk Bar Ct, York YO1 7LQ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Richard III Experience at Monk Bar and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Happy Daze

4 Google Rating

If you have an interest in R3 then this place is worth a visit. It's now £5 to get in but there is

4/ 5

If you have an interest in R3 then this place is worth a visit. It's now £5 to get in but there is some interesting stuff in here and if you read it all you could be here for over an hour! Much better value than Clifford's Tower which has a higher admission charge with less to see!

Sarah G

4 Google Rating

A small museum but it is very much worth a visit. We bought a "pastport" from the Jorvig Viking Cent

4/ 5

A small museum but it is very much worth a visit. We bought a "pastport" from the Jorvig Viking Centre, meaning that we had free entry here. Please beware that there were many uneven steps and tight staircases but it you can make it up there, you are welcomed by a prison cell which really makes you feel sorry for whoever was put in there and many other interesting things. There was a small gift shop at the entrance/exit and the staff there were very welcoming and informative. Again, this is a very small place but has some great items like various helmets and a full suit or armour along with replica item of Rich. When we left, we walked along the city walls which was fab. One of the great places in York to visit. Must see!

Thomas Hayward

5 Google Rating

A compact but historically interesting myseum. There is alot crammed into a relatively small space b

5/ 5

A compact but historically interesting myseum. There is alot crammed into a relatively small space but that adds to the experience. Well worth a visit.

Lynda Goddard

5 Google Rating

Small museum but packed with lots of local artefacts and exhibits. Will appeal to all ages. Added bo

5/ 5

Small museum but packed with lots of local artefacts and exhibits. Will appeal to all ages. Added bonus is ticket valid for a full year

Sarah-Jane Lee

5 Google Rating

Never heard of the battle of taunton... fascinating insight into cost of a civil war

5/ 5

Never heard of the battle of taunton... fascinating insight into cost of a civil war

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