York by Rail from London
Information from Get Your Guide
Take a day trip to York from London to learn more about this historic city’s past and present. Arrive at King’s Cross station at 7:30 AM for your 8:00 AM departure, and meet a tour representative by the ticket office. They will check you in, give you a welcome pack, and escort you to your reserved seats for your arrival into York at 9:51 AM.
Once you’ve arrived, embark on a hop-on hop-off bus tour through the city. Marvel at York Minster’s stained-glass windows, stroll along the cobbled Shambles, and learn about the city’s rich heritage on this picturesque open-top tour of York. Then, discover York as it was over 1,000 years ago with admission to the fascinating Jorvik Viking Centre. Admire the over 800 Viking artefacts on display, with all admission fees included in your package.
After taking your time to explore this picturesque city, prepare for your return trip to London. A representative will meet you by the ticket office and escort you to your reserved seats. The train departs at 19:29 and arrives back in London at 9:44 PM.
- Reserved train seats
- Admission to the Jorvik Viking Centre
- Open top bus tour of York
Check-in: 07:30 King’s Cross station
Know before you go | York by Rail from London
Please note that this tour is not guided
100% cancellation charges apply to this tour so once booked it cannot be canceled
Train seats are allocated on a first come first serve basis and it cannot be guaranteed that they will be together
You will need to print out your outbound and return rail tickets and show them when asked at both ends of your journey
You do not need to print out tickets for any attractions included in your booking, but you must make sure you have access to them on your phone or other smart devices
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