St Mary’s Church is located at Castlegate, York YO1 9RN, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with St Mary’s Church and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Pipster

5 Google Rating

A gorgeous old church, reappointed as a museum. We saw the Van Gogh experience and loved how the ar

5/ 5

A gorgeous old church, reappointed as a museum. We saw the Van Gogh experience and loved how the artists work was projected onto the walls of the main chapel, using the inherent features of pillars and arches within the show.

Ben Warden

5 Google Rating

Great exhibition space, which always has brilliant, well curated work. Current Van Gough experience

5/ 5

Great exhibition space, which always has brilliant, well curated work. Current Van Gough experience is brilliant and there until April 2020

Clare Pollard

5 Google Rating

Perfect venue for the Van Gogh Expo, stripped back and bare giving the artwork the perfect backdrop.

5/ 5

Perfect venue for the Van Gogh Expo, stripped back and bare giving the artwork the perfect backdrop. I imagine it feels very empty at other times though. Expo closes in Jan 2020, it's fab! Treat yourself! :)

Christopher Doyle

5 Google Rating

Van Gogh exhibition amazing. 3D visualisation after event in main hall well worth extra 3 pounds. Am

5/ 5

Van Gogh exhibition amazing. 3D visualisation after event in main hall well worth extra 3 pounds. Amazing experience.

stephen scott

5 Google Rating

Amazing Van Gogh exhibition. The projections on every wall within were captivating.

5/ 5

Amazing Van Gogh exhibition. The projections on every wall within were captivating.

Martyn Harris

5 Google Rating

Will not be everyone's cup of tea, but then again I didn't think it would be mine. The Van Gogh expe

5/ 5

Will not be everyone's cup of tea, but then again I didn't think it would be mine. The Van Gogh experience was very interesting. It was something very different from the norm when it comes to "attractions". Did not do the optional VR experience but that did not spoil the experience.

Chris Townley

2 Google Rating

Not over impressed with th Van Gogh exhibition. The 35 minute immersive sight and sound experience w

2/ 5

Not over impressed with th Van Gogh exhibition. The 35 minute immersive sight and sound experience was OK, but it dwelt for too long on certain themes, and verbal explanations rather than just music, may have been helpful. The music was very nice, having said that, to the extent that I found myself nodding off, a couple of times. After the immersive section, there is the opportunity to use VR headsets, but this was at the additional cost of £3. We did not opt to do this, having already paid the entrance fee of £13 each. We had been made aware of this at the entrance, but we feel that it should all be included in the entry fee, which we felt was high for what was on offer. In common with many events and places now, the entry fee was not advertised any where, until we were at the ticket desk. This is wrong. We should be able to see what the cost is going to be, as this may influence the decision to attend. For the record, on leaving, we walked past Jorvik, and thanks to the prices being posted outside, we were able to see that it would have cost less to go there. We were not going there on this visit, as we have been 3 times before.

T B

5 Google Rating

So fascinating, never seen a church like it.

5/ 5

So fascinating, never seen a church like it.

Kevin Logan

5 Google Rating

Visited here for the Van Gogh Experience - a great immersive show that makes full use of the church'

5/ 5

Visited here for the Van Gogh Experience - a great immersive show that makes full use of the church's architecture to project images oh his glorious artwork.

George Symes

5 Google Rating

Venue of the immersive Van Gogh experience. Superb highlight of our visit to this beautiful city.

5/ 5

Venue of the immersive Van Gogh experience. Superb highlight of our visit to this beautiful city.

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