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JORVIK: The Viking City, York, North Yorkshire

JORVIK: The Viking City
Coppergate
York
North Yorkshire

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Explore York’s Viking history on the very site where archaeologists uncovered remains of the Viking-Age City of ‘Jorvik’. Get face-to-face with our expert Viking residents, see over 800 of the items discovered on site, and learn what life was really like in our Special Exhibitions. 'Are You A Viking?' This new exhibition delves into the historic 'melting pot' of York that was created by immigration and trade in Viking times.Using computer technology, a 3-dimensional walk-through Viking wharf scene, graphics and interactive activities, visitors will be able to investigate: bone matieral; archaeological environmental evidence; oxygen isotope analysis; language and development of dialects; immigration patters and cultural mix and Viking trading routes.

JORVIK also takes visitors through a reconstruction of the actual Viking-Age streets which stood here 1000 years ago, faithfully recreated following twenty years of archaeological and historical research. A programme of special events runs throughout the year, including the Jorvik Viking Festival every February. Check our website for further details.

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Months Open: All Year. Closed 24/25/26th December
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adults: £9.75
Children (5-16): £6.75
Senior Citizens/ Students: £7.75
Family of 4 (Two adults & two children): £27.00
Family of 5 (Two adults & three children) £29.00
Gift Shop: Yes

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