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What is the best time to arrive and how long would I be expecting to stay here to see everything ? Thanks
We went shortly after it opened, not in school holidays. It was quiet in the morning and easy to get around. I suspect it will get busier once the warmer weather arrives. Around 1-2 hours to visit.
Hi I’m visually impaired with about 3% and use a cane to get around. I’m plannung to visit York in May and wondered how other visually challenged people coped with this museum. And we’re there a lot of dark areas? Steps? Thanks Margaret
Light levels are low to help in the conservation of our objects. There is always a lighter area nearby, but if you do require assistance, please ask one of our guides. The lights on Kirkgate, the museum’s recreated Victorian Street, change between a daytime and night-time setting. A guide can help you until the settings best suit your needs. We also have a sticker system in place which might help you. The museum is split into two halves, with both sides covering three floors, linked by several staircases. There are handrails on all the stairs and seats are available throughout the museum. Also, we hold Low Sensory Experiences at the museum where we will put our lights on full and turn off all the sound effects so it’s a less overwhelming environment. You’ll still be able to visit all the galleries, but there will be no dark areas and no sudden sounds. There is seating provided around the museum, and a quiet space will be available should you need it. Our trained guides will be happy to provide guidance during your visit, or please contact us ahead should you have any questions. Events are free for visitors with autism, dementia, visual impairments or similar issues. Carers and children under 16 will also be admitted for free. Accompanying members of a group will be admitted for £5, and standard admission is £10. There is one coming up on 19 May 2019 and there is no need to book ahead.
could you search your archives and tell me if I remember correctly that (contrary to the media) the Bayeux Tapestry was loaned to a museum in York around 1948/49
It was loaned for only a very limited time, seventy years ago. That is why I suggested searching the ARCHIVES. Perhaps it was a copy. But, as part of a school party, we understood it was the real thing.
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