York Army Museum located at 3 Tower St, York YO1 9SB, UK Book an appointment or need answers to a question, please feel free to contact us by phone 01904 461010

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Dávid Pócs

5 Google Rating

Little gem of a museum, hidden in a basement next one of York's most memorable attractions. Tickets

5/ 5

Little gem of a museum, hidden in a basement next one of York's most memorable attractions. Tickets give a years access, but they serve you best by passing them onto friends or family since the content of the museum is easily consumed in one visit. However what content there is, is definitely worth the time and price. A complete history of the local regiments, with hundreds of relics from their history. A must view for enthusiast and an interesting and engaging display for everyone else.

Dee Abbott

5 Google Rating

Interesting and well laid out museum telling the story of The Royal Dragoon guards and the Yorkshire

5/ 5

Interesting and well laid out museum telling the story of The Royal Dragoon guards and the Yorkshire Regiment. Included many artefacts from the Boer war, the Great War and up to modern day. Interactive displays for young and old alike.

Kaiser Saucy

5 Google Rating

Fabulous, wonderful.... can’t gush enough positive comments about the museum. A must see if you li

5/ 5

Fabulous, wonderful.... can’t gush enough positive comments about the museum. A must see if you like military history well preserved and presented from before Waterloo to the modern day

Dan Harris

5 Google Rating

Really enjoyed myself. Definitely a place to visit for the history nerds like me out there!

5/ 5

Really enjoyed myself. Definitely a place to visit for the history nerds like me out there!

Allan Adam

5 Google Rating

Lot's to see and well laid out could spend a few hours in here ,well worth a visit.

5/ 5

Lot's to see and well laid out could spend a few hours in here ,well worth a visit.

Lisa J Bevan

4 Google Rating

Quite small but very well done. Some very poignant and interesting exhibits. Very reasonably priced

4/ 5

Quite small but very well done. Some very poignant and interesting exhibits. Very reasonably priced and the ticket allows access for a year, so great value for money.

J P Parramore

5 Google Rating

Spend a few days in York going round all of the historical sites of which their is many but this was

5/ 5

Spend a few days in York going round all of the historical sites of which their is many but this was one of our favourites. If you get the chance to go it’s well worth it with some fantastic exhibits and knowledge and helpful staff. Would recommend to anyone with interest in military history.

J T

5 Google Rating

Not the biggest Museum I've been to but that takes nothing away from a well stocked collection with

5/ 5

Not the biggest Museum I've been to but that takes nothing away from a well stocked collection with some beautiful pieces inside. There's a lot of work done into showing the people that would've owned and used the items which adds a nice layer of personality that can be missed in bigger places where you get the urge to rush around to ensure you see everything. The local nature of everything was also nice to see, it felt like there was a lot of pride on show.

Roger Burns

5 Google Rating

If you are into military history this place is a must. So much to see and the museum maps out the hi

5/ 5

If you are into military history this place is a must. So much to see and the museum maps out the history of the regiment up to the present day. Lots of items bought back from the battlefields which added to the experience. Highly recommend.

Phil Hions

4 Google Rating

Great

4/ 5

Great

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  • Tuesday10:00 - 17:00
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