Henry VII Experience at Micklegate Bar Tours

Located at Micklegate Bar, one of the four principal gateways of York’s medieval city walls, the Henry VII Experience transports visitors back to medieval era York, following the fascinating story of Henry VII. Housed in the restored 14th-century gatehouse, the museum features exhibits on the legacy of Henry VII, England’s first Tudor King, who defeated Richard III at the Battle of Bosworth and went on to rule for twenty-four years.

Highlights of the experience include interactive exhibitions on the Battle of Bosworth and the Tudor ascent to the throne, and a special Tudor Camp for children, with costumes, props, and narration by Horrible Histories author Terry Deary.

Practical Info

The Henry VII Experience is located at Micklegate Bar in central York, just a short walk from York central train station, and is open daily from 10am-4pm (summer) or 3pm (winter). Adult admission is £5.
Location
Address: Micklegate, City Centre, York, United Kingdom YO1 6JX, England
Time
Hours: Daily: April-Oct 10am-4pm, Nov-March 10am-3pm
Ticket
Admission: Adult £5, Child £3
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