Yorkshire Museum is general, the building remains are a bit tragic and magnificent. The main museum exhibits valuable cultural relics such as Roman, Saxon and Viking jewelry carvings unearthed in Britain. It has great historical significance and archaeological value. It is a good place to understand British history and is worth visiting.
After feeding ducks on the grass, they slowly walked to York Castle Museum. In fact, I didn't know what the museum was doing until I bought the ticket and took the concise one. It was rebuilt from the prison. The most distinctive feature of the museum was that it contained a real Victorian street in the 19th century. It showed the bakeries, banks, bars and tailors on the street at that time. There are also some medieval clothes that can be worn to take pictures. It's a lot of fun.
The Yorkshire Museum is just a few steps down the Landale Bridge on the Uss River. The Museum covers an area of about 40,000 square meters and exhibits precious cultural relics such as jewelry, sculptures, fossils of animals and plants from Rome, Saxon, Viking and the Middle Ages unearthed in Britain. It is of great historical significance and archaeological value. There is a beautiful museum garden in front of the museum, as well as part of the ancient ruins of the Roman wall and the ruined monastery of St. Mary. It's very comfortable to sit in the garden and bask in the sun.
I remember walking through the city wall and going to a park. The park is very beautiful. The fairy tale world feels like the museum is in the park. There is a unique remnant wall. Of course, you can walk directly from the church. But the business atmosphere on that side is very strong.
The Yorkshire Museum covers an area of 40,000 square meters. It exhibits precious cultural relics such as Roman, Saxon, Viking, jewelry and sculpture of the Middle Ages unearthed in Britain. It is of great historical significance and archaeological value. In addition, special exhibitions such as Jurassic dinosaurs or Earth Mystery Exhibition will be displayed here from time to time. There is a beautiful Museum Gardens in front of the Yorkshire Museum. Visitors can take a rest in Victorian Gothic garden cabins and VIP cabins, which have a long history dating back to 1470.