Welcome to the online booking service for JORVIK Viking Centre, DIG, Henry VII Experience and Richard III Experience along with the Special Events provided by them. Tickets booked on this site will allow you to bypass the queue for the main attractions and visit at a time chosen by you.
There is a £1 additional charge per booking for use of this service (excluding Event bookings), however discounts are applicable when you buy tickets to more than one attraction in a single transaction.
There is an additional administrative charge, per transaction, for using our secure online booking platform.
If you are booking a visit to Barley Hall, the Richard III or Henry VII Experiences you will be charged the standard £1 booking fee.
For those visiting JORVIK Viking Centre or DIG – An Archaeological Adventurer your ticket will automatically be upgraded to a 'Fast-Track' admission. This incurs an additional £1 (£2 total) entitling you to guaranteed entry on arrival at your designated time-slot, ensuring peace of mind when planning your visit. The additional charge is waived for customers selecting our special Five attraction "Pastport" ticket where only the standard booking fee will apply.
Please note: Event tickets are exempt from the pre-booking fee.
For groups of 15 or more people please call our dedicated reservations team, who will give you details of our group discounts.
Visitors with mobility problems or special needs, and wheelchair users, please call 01904 615505 to make a booking.
As a registered charity your admission fee, when paid to visit any of our attractions, will be regarded as a donation by York Archaeological Trust. By doing this you and your family group are entitled to return to those attractions visited, free of charge, at any time in the 12 months following the date of your first visit.
If you have any queries with regard to this Online Ticketing System then please call: 01904 615505 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
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