Barley Hall is a medieval town house that was once home to the Priors of Nostell and a Lord Mayor of York. The oldest parts of Barley Hall date from about 1360 an in the 15th century the hall was extended. After that the Barley Hall went into a slow decline and until the 1980s the building was hidden under the relatively modern facade. A restoration project uncovered the medieval structure and its rich history. Visitors can now experience what it would have been like to live in Medieval England.
April – October: 10am-5pm
November – March: 10am-4pm
|5 - 16||£3.50|
|Family of 4||£17.00|
|Family of 5||£20.00|
Maximum of 2 adults per family ticket.
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