Barley Hall is a medieval house once home to the Priors of Nostell and the Mayor of York, with the oldest parts dating from around 1360. Hidden, until the 1980’s under the facade of a relatively modern office block, it was only discovered when the building was due to be destroyed. Once home to leading York citizen, William Snawsell who was a goldsmith in the late 15th century, the house has now been restored and furnished to represent a medieval house as it would have been when he owned it.
- April to October: 10am – 5pm
- November to March: 10am – 4pm
- Adult – £6.00
- Child (5-16) – £3.00
- Concessions – £4.50
- Family 4 (Maximum of 2 adults) – £15.00
- Family 5 (Maximum of 2 adults) – £17.50
Prices and opening hours correct as at March 2018.
Before you start your journey to Barley Hall for your day out, we recommend that you check their website or contact them to confirm opening times and admission prices.