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Clifford's Tower, an unusual four-lobed keep built in the 13th century atop the mound of William's larger fortress, is now the principal surviving stonework remnant of York's medieval castle. The sweeping views of the city from the tower still show why it played such an important part in controlling northern England. More Info »
 
  • Cycling adventure through York
  • Discover historic landmarks and locations
  • Travelling at a safe and leisurely pace
  • Learn more of York’s history as you cycle
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  • Visit York Cathedral
  • One of the largest of its kind
  • Exquisite architecture
  • Handcrafted stone
  • Mesmerising stained glass windows
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  • Entry to Whitby Abbey
  • See the Abbey ruins
  • Panoramic views
  • Visit the visitor centre
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