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If you are walking downtown York you must stop by this church the stained glass windows and... read more

Reviewed 6 May 2018
rknack2017
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Edmonton, Canada
Stained glass, tiles and carved woodwork

A small parish church which retains much fourteenth and fifteenth century glass, a large are of... read more

Reviewed 3 May 2018
Steve1540
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Newport, United Kingdom
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York's finest medieval Church. World famous stained glass. Painted Angel ceiling. Fantastic medieval style tile pavement in The Lady Chapel. Roman Column. Medieval panel painting:"The Lady Chapel Painting". Site of "The York Visions" - in 1421 Emma...more
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Reviewed 6 May 2018

If you are walking downtown York you must stop by this church the stained glass windows and architecture of the building is fantastic take a look inside this fates back to the 1500"S well worth a visit.

1  Thank rknack2017
Reviewed 3 May 2018 via mobile

A small parish church which retains much fourteenth and fifteenth century glass, a large are of medieval floor tiles and also original woodwork, some of which has been painted as it would have been originally. We took a junior school party there and there was...More

Thank Steve1540
Reviewed 11 February 2018

A short walk from the city centre, All Saints North Street is a hidden gem a little off the beaten track. The interior architecture is very impressive, the church is home to some stunning stained glass windows, dating from the 1400's. The Nine Orders of...More

Thank milligan1959
Reviewed 8 February 2018

I came here as part of a university history seminar group. The church is fantastic, and somehow has a far more authentic and untouched feel than some of the other 'medieval' sites in the city. All Saints boasts a relatively enormous amount of original medieval...More

1  Thank richhutchings
Reviewed 27 December 2017

I have visited this church on a number of occasions both for sightseeing and for worship. Even for those who aren't particularly religious I would say, "please go and have a look!" It is the oldest medieval church in York and boasts some very fine...More

Thank Adrian S
Reviewed 8 November 2017

Stunningly beautiful and peaceful church. The glass is bursting with deep old colour. Lovely and well kept.

1  Thank John M
Reviewed 25 August 2017

Another York venue with magnificent medieval glass, but very different from that in the Minster. Also a splendid roof.

2  Thank Kitty G
Reviewed 21 August 2017 via mobile

Checked the hours on website and checked with concierge. All good. Walked to church. It was closed and only open a few days in August. Would have helped if that would have been Known and posted.

4  Thank AllOver1
Management response:Responded 22 August 2017

Think you must have gone to the wrong place - York Archaeological Trust have been working at the Church all week, so it has definitely been open. If you want to give me a ring, my number is 0771 874 9959 (Dr Robert Richards)

Reviewed 25 April 2017 via mobile

A lovely visit to show our visiting American friends our splendid heritage and they were suitably over-awed. There was much for them to see and helpful explanations and narratives were available. This church is a haven of tranquillity and has magnificent stained glass, much of...More

3  Thank LamplighterYork
Reviewed 31 March 2017

Renowned stained glass windows in an ancient church building with many other features of interest. Somewhat off the beaten track and all the better for that.

2  Thank zchug
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