Our CitySightseeing York tours are back - every 10 minutes from 16 May
Our Citysightseeing York tours are back!
With 21 stops right across York, it really is the best way to enjoy the city and pack in everything you want to see. Your ticket for the tour is valid for unlimited use over 24 hours, giving you time to get a feel for this beautiful and cultured city.
Catch a bus every 15 minutes from any stop you like, giving you the flexibility to explore the city at your own pace.
From 16 May we will be running every 10 minutes, making it even more convenient to hop on board and see the sights of York!
Sunday is York locals day
Every Sunday get discounted tickets when you show your York Card. It is only £10 for an adult ticket and £20 for a family ticket for up to two adults and three children.
Once you're able to get out and about in your local city, we're making it as easy as possible to do that and save some pennies too!
Key Workers get 25% off at weekends
It's a small token of thanks for all your hard work to keep York going strong.
An Adult ticket is £12 and a family ticket only £26.25! To claim your discount, just show proof of where you work, like an ID badge, to the driver or our sales team when you buy your ticket.
Even if the weather lets you down, we won’t
With our Rainy Day Guarantee, when you book online you can use your ticket any day during the week after your booking if it’s raining on your tour day.
We're Clean, Safe and Ready to Go
We're making sure it is as safe as possible to take a tour with us, there will be plenty of masks and hand sanitiser provided, as well as proper social distancing measures in place. If we start to get busier as the season progresses, we will ensure there are enough buses out there so that everyone can spread out as needed.
Find out a bit more about our tour
You’ll never be short of things to do in York. Take our tour and be inspired by the beauty this city has to offer. Hop-on our open-top bus at Exhibition Square and get ready to start the adventure through time!
One of the main attractions that can’t go amiss is Clifford’s Tower at Stop 7. It stands proudly at the highest point in York and really is a sight to behold.
Fishergate Bar, one of York’s gateways, was built in the early 14th century by the mayor of York. Take a trip closer to the River Ouse and visit South Bank at Bus Stop 13. Wander around Rowntrees Park nearby, which serves as a memorial for employees of the confectionery factory nearby who died in the First World War.
Right by the River Ouse you’ll find Museum Gardens at Stop 21. The tranquil atmosphere makes it the perfect picnic location on a sunny day, where you can appreciate all the beautiful flowers and immaculate fresh lawns. Take a walk and you’ll even see the ruins of the medieval St Mary’s Abbey, which dates back to the mid-11th century.
You can find our up to date timetable and map here and our timetable from 16 May here.
The CitySightseeing York tour is the best way to enjoy this one of a kind city, at an affordable price on a schedule that suits you, what are you waiting for?!
Questions? Get in touch with us on Twitter @yorksightseeing