York Shambles is located at York YO1 7LZ, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with York Shambles and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Ethelyn Durgan

5 Google Rating

Lovely shops, lovely tourist place, history here is beyond belief. Lovely quaint little place, like

5/ 5

Lovely shops, lovely tourist place, history here is beyond belief. Lovely quaint little place, like something from a movie...Harry Potter... Smells of fudge being made was delicious. Great range of shops available and lovely traditional street. Has great feel to it especially at Christmas!!!

Dave Eve

5 Google Rating

Very quirky little place, walked around on a quiet evening and again on a very busy Saturday morning

5/ 5

Very quirky little place, walked around on a quiet evening and again on a very busy Saturday morning. Full of lots of interesting little shops, really feels like going back in time and the buildings are amazing to look at with their ever expanding floor space as they get higher, they also join the opposite buildings at points

Tyler Varley

5 Google Rating

Lovely little area of york a must see. Very historic feel like you've just stepped into a time machi

5/ 5

Lovely little area of york a must see. Very historic feel like you've just stepped into a time machine. Nice little shops if your looking to pick up any gifts on your trip to york.

Tracey Wilkes

5 Google Rating

This place is fab like a step back in time . The shambles streets are brilliant very small street so

5/ 5

This place is fab like a step back in time . The shambles streets are brilliant very small street so always gets extremely busy lots of great quaint shops. Love this town usually try to get up at least a couple of times each year never get bored, would recommend one of the guided ghost tours.

Ratatoullie1J .

5 Google Rating

Awesome old street with beautiful shops out and inside. It's charming to walk around there in the mo

5/ 5

Awesome old street with beautiful shops out and inside. It's charming to walk around there in the morning or even when it's dark. It's s an special place that you shouldn't miss if you visit York. Take a look of the shops, taste a fabulous traditional pork pie or even a tea in one of its tiny cafes. Also has a middle line ready for wheelchairs.

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