Whether it has been five or fifteen years, or even your first time visiting, the JORVIK Viking Centre has something new for everyone.
JORVIK Viking Centre is open every day.
Seasonal opening times are as follows:
1st April – 26th October : 10am-5pm (last admission)
27th October – 4th November: 10am-6pm (last admission)
5th November – 31st March: 10am-4pm (last admission)
During JORVIK Viking Festival, Christmas, and school holiday periods opening times may vary.
February half-term & JORVIK Viking Festival
16th February – 24th February: 10am-6pm (last admission)
26th October – 3rd November: 10am-6pm (last admission)
JORVIK Viking Centre is closed on the 24/25/26th December.
31st December: 10am – 2pm (last admission)
1st January: 11am – 4pm (last admission)
Prices for JORVIK Viking Centre are as follows:
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*Maximum of 2 adults per family ticket.
Due to health and safety regulations, only one wheelchair user can be in JORVIK at any one time. Wheelchair users must be booked in advance to avoid having to wait by calling our Reservations department on 01904 615505.
When visiting JORVIK Viking Centre, it is recommended that you pre-book by calling 01904 615505 or booking online. This will entitle you to jump the queue during our busy periods as well as give you a specific time slot to visit. Please note. a pre-booking fee applies and vouchers can not be used with the pre-booking service. Please note there is an additional £1 surcharge on all Premium rate (pre-booked) tickets.
To pre-book your tickets online please click here.
An admission ticket to JORVIK Viking Centre allows the holder to unlimited FREE entry for 12 months from the date of purchase.
For information on other types of visit to JORVIK Viking Centre please click on the following links:
York Archaeological Trust’s other attractions are:
Grab a trowel and dig to see what you can find in DIG’s specially designed excavation pits. Rediscover some of the amazing finds that archaeologists have uncovered under the streets of York. Touch real artefacts and work out what they would have been used for and understand how these finds explain how people lived in Roman, Viking, medieval and Victorian times.
For more information on DIG please visit the DIG website.
Barley Hall is a stunning medieval townhouse once home to the Priors of Nostell and Mayor of York. Rediscovered in the 1980′s under a relatively modern facade, the building has been lovingly restored to its original splendour with stunning high ceilings, beautiful exposed timber frames and boasts a magnificent Great Hall.
For more information on Barley Hall please visit the Barley Hall website.
As York’s most important gateway, the bar has served a number of important roles since its construction in the 12th century, including being the main point of entry through which a reigning monarch enters the city. Visit the ancient gateway to explore the pageantry and barbaric history that has unfolded between these walls through the centuries.
For more information on Micklegate Bar please visit the Micklegate Bar website.
Visiting all four attractions will (should you wish to join) provide you with a free 12 month membership to the Pastport scheme that offers various benefits to holders. (E.g. shop discount, first option to buy event tickets, coach tours etc).
YAT Pass holders will still receive entry to all four attractions for the remainder of their membership.