Barley Hall, York England

About Barley Hall

York Barley Hall is a medieval house that was found accidentally after removing a facade from a derelict office block during the 1980’s. The house was purchased by the York Archaeological Trust in 1987.  It has since been restored and opened to the public.  It was home to the Priors of Nostell and a Lord Mayor of York. The oldest parts of Barley Hall date back from 1360 and in 1430 a new wing was added before being the home of William Snawsell, Goldsmith, Aldeman and Lord Mayor of York. 

Where to find Barley Hall

You can find Barley Hall in the Coffee Yard between Stonegate and Swinegate.

Useful Information and Links

Admission to Barley Hall click here

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