Theatre & Entertainment
Bus number: 2 (to Museum St.)
An arthouse cinema offering a cafe/bar and a tapas restaurant, in addition to live music and comedy shows!
Bus number: 1, 3/3A, 4, 5/5A, 11, 12 or 59 (to Blossom St.)
Everyman Cinema offers a unique, luxury experience, combining quality films, food and excellent service.
Bus number: 4, 7 or 11S (11S on Sunday only. To Clifford St.)
A vibrant studio theatre, owned and managed by Riding Lights Theatre Company, which hosts touring productions and a variety of events by visiting groups.
Joseph Rowntree Theatre
Bus number: 1 or 5/5A (to Haxby Rd.)
A hub of live entertainment, hosting productions such as pantomimes and musicals, as well as national and international musicians.
Grand Opera House
Bus number: 4, 59, 66 or N66 (to Clifford St.)
The Grand Opera House in York is the county’s biggest fully operational theatre and delivers a range of live entertainment.
Bus number: 7 or 66/66X
A large music and arts venue, which hosts some of the biggest touring acts in the country!
York Theatre Royal
Bus number: 1, 5/5A or 6
Open six days a week, the York Theatre Royal is the place to visit for fantastic live entertainment, if you want to get hands-on with theatre or if you simply want to relax.
The City of York is a special place, not only for its history, buildings and archaeology, but also for its wildlife.
Sports & Activities
There's a range of activities to get involved in, from golfing to go-karting!
There's plenty of activities for every member of the family in York!
Shopping & Dining
York offers a shopping experience like no other - from independent stores to designer parks.