Churches in York

They have played a massive part in the history of the city and although not as popular as they once were they are visibly stunning buildings which are interesting to look round and also popular with photographers, especially the ceilings and stained glass windows.

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March 5, 2013, No comments

The church of St Martin-le-Grand is situated on the south side of Coney Street; it is known simply as St Martin, Coney Street. The church is named after the patron […]

St Mary’s, Castlegate

January 30, 2013, No comments

St Mary’s Church, Castlegate, is one of 19 surviving parish churches from the 40 once in existence in medieval York and is located in the southern ...

St Michael le Belfrey

January 30, 2013, No comments

St Michael le Belfrey is the only remaining 16th-century church in York; built between 1525 and 1536 it is the largest pre-Reformation parish church i ...

York Minster

January 24, 2013, No comments

The spectacular York Minster, formally titled ‘The Cathedral and Metropolitical Church of St Peter in York’, is a world renowned masterpiece of ar ...

  • Holy Trinity Church, Goodramgate
    January 24, 2013, No comments

    Holy Trinity Church is a real find – if you can find it! Out of sight of nearby Goodramgate its secluded peaceful churchyard is just a stone’s throw from one […]