YorkshirePass.com – Royal Fever hits York Attractions
The Royal Wedding will soon be upon us and the city of York, along with many York attractions, is getting in the royal spirit.
York, Yorkshire (PRUnderground) April 18th, 2011
The Royal Wedding will soon be upon us and the city of York, along with many York attractions, is getting in the royal spirit. Numerous popular tourist attractions in York are organising special events to mark this occasion.
York Minster – To celebrate the wedding, York Minster will be placing a collection of unique items connected with the Royal family and weddings that have taken place in the Cathedral on display. Most notable among these is the Royal Wedding of the Duke and Duchess of Kent, held at the Cathedral in 1961.
National Railway Museum – If you are heading to York with children then the storytelling sessions being held at the National Railway Museum will be a good place to visit. You’ll get to hear readings of “Quick! The Queen is Coming”, the tale of how ordinary people helped the Queen travel from London to York by Train.
Clifford’s Tower – Over the Royal Wedding weekend, Clifford’s Tower will be running a Knight’s Family Fun Trail. You will be tasked with finding models of Knights and Squires and inviting them to a royal banquet. Will you be able to find them all in time? Those who do will receive a royal reward.
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