English Heritage’s unpopular decision to close 62 of its properties across the country during the week through winter has received fresh criticism.
The University of York’s Department of Archaeology has played a key role in protecting one of the most important heritage sites in the UK.
The National Trust are asking for the public’s help to identify some mystery objects in its collections.
More than 100 years after Captain Scott’s polar expedition on board the Discovery, the original blueprints of the ship have been found in Goole, Yorkshire.
Photographs have recently been unearthed after a surprise call by the French Veterans Association to Yorkshire Air Museum and the story behind them reveals an enchanting tale of festive goodwill.
York’s Army Museum has been awarded over £50,000 to fund restorations, with hopes of opening in time for the 100 year memorial of the beginning of the First World War.
The University and City of York are laying on a specially-commission series of events to commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day in January 2012.
The Yorkshire museum are looking to keep their selection of Iron Ago Torcs in the region.
York Museums Trust has received initial support from the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) for its £2.4 million plans for York Castle Museum, it was announced today.
York is twinned with two European towns, Dijon in the Burgundy region of France and Münster in the North Rhine Westphalia region of Germany. York’s partnership with Dijon dates back to 1953 followed by the ‘twinning’ with Münster four years later in 1957.
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Up and down the country on Saturday, bonfires will be burning adorned by effigies of Guy Fawkes, who played a central role in the now infamous ‘Gunpowder Plot’.
In remembrance of English composer John Barry Prendergast, ONCE takes a look at his life in York
Keeping with the Halloween theme, ONCE brings you York’s top 5 favourite spooky stories.
When Roman skeletons were found in Driffield Terrace, the first impression was that archaeologists had finally found evidence of an…