York's Other Places of Interest

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2019

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Besides York Minster, Castle and protective walls, York has some other places of interest pictured here.

Dick Turpin's Grave York

Dick Turpin or rather John Palmer was the notorious highway man who was brought to a deathly justice in York. His grave is found close to Fishergate Tower and Bar.

Dick Turpin's Grave York

Dick Turpin or rather John Palmer was the notorious highway man who was brought to a deathly justice in York. His grave is found close to Fishergate Tower and Bar.

Guy Fawkes Residence

Guy Fawkes, famous for the plot on the Houses of Parliament, dwelled literally opposite York Minster. Today, it is a place to stay as well as eat and drink.

Guy Fawkes Residence

Guy Fawkes, famous for the plot on the Houses of Parliament, dwelled literally opposite York Minster. Today, it is a place to stay as well as eat and drink.

St Leonard's Hospital

St Leonard's Hospital was the largest hospital in the north of England. It was actually incorporated into the grounds of the Minster and all that is left today is the undercroft of the chapel. This is due to the dissolution of the monasteries.

St Leonard's Hospital

St Leonard's Hospital was the largest hospital in the north of England. It was actually incorporated into the grounds of the Minster and all that is left today is the undercroft of the chapel. This is due to the dissolution of the monasteries.

St Leonard's Hospital

St Leonard's Hospital was the largest hospital in the north of England. It was actually incorporated into the grounds of the Minster and all that is left today is the undercroft of the chapel. This is due to the dissolution of the monasteries.

St Leonard's Hospital

St Leonard's Hospital was the largest hospital in the north of England. It was actually incorporated into the grounds of the Minster and all that is left today is the undercroft of the chapel. This is due to the dissolution of the monasteries.

St Leonard's Hospital

St Leonard's Hospital was the largest hospital in the north of England. It was actually incorporated into the grounds of the Minster and all that is left today is the undercroft of the chapel. This is due to the dissolution of the monasteries.

St Leonard's Hospital

St Leonard's Hospital was the largest hospital in the north of England. It was actually incorporated into the grounds of the Minster and all that is left today is the undercroft of the chapel. This is due to the dissolution of the monasteries.