Said it is a museum, but I think it is more like an experience center, let people experience the medieval York immersively, which is unanimously rated by us as the most interesting attraction in York. With the tickets here, you can also visit the York Dungeon at a discount.
The York Castle Museum is also a very large building. This museum is also very interesting. The environment to visit is also very interesting. The area of the museum building here is also quite large. It is very historical to come here to play and visit The meaning of oh.
The York Castle Museum is pretty good. Many of the castles here are historically preserved. The museum is also a very precious historical area. Many pictures have been restored for many years and you can understand the history of the castle.
Tickets are not cheap, 8 pounds, and the content inside is not a castle. It reflects the real life of the people in various periods, such as bedrooms, children’s toy houses, kitchen furnishings, and restored some shops and executive agencies, such as The police station, candy store, tailor shop, etc. are said to have been rebuilt on the old prison site, and some old folk customs can be found.
This museum is the most detailed museum I have ever been to to restore the historical situation! The museum is divided into two sections by area, after buying the ticket, the right hand side upstairs is first the war review and the related environment simple layout, more text content; Next comes a mock-sixties block, full of people, food, toys, household goods, etc., all of which are in the vintage atmosphere; connected to this section is the dungeon, each cell is presented in a projective character presentation, and some exhibits and text in individual rooms. The ticket counter begins with a medieval home decorated scene, divided into rooms and rooms, followed by a medieval display of clothing, especially the shoe section; The finale was the most wonderful medieval street scenes with the sound and the most special medieval costumed actors, some shops to visit, it was amazing! This museum was really hard to forget for me and I would recommend it to friends!
The museum houses a collection of everyday items from the past 400 years, including old-fashioned televisions, radios, washing machines and vacuum cleaners. It also presents scenes of Yorker life from 1580 to 1980, including Victorian and Edwardian street scenes and homes. Visitors can also visit the prison where the famous thief Dick Tambin is confined or enter the public tavern of the Edwardian era. The old streets, the size of the real-life, have bakeries, banks, bars, tailors, and a sense of time. The York Castle Museum consists of two old prison buildings, each of which offers a different historical life record and collection, including the evolution of household items from the ages, clothing displays, military weapons collections, and even the invention and manufacture of chocolate. Visit the Victorian street Kirkgate, a real-size old street with bakeries, banks, bars, tailors, and in addition to its exterior, the interior of the store is full of scenes like time resets.