Historic York - Audio CD Guide Deutsch Fran�ais 
Home >> A Stroll Back in Time Audio Guides >> A Stroll Back in Time - Historic York City Tour Guide

Take our guided tour of the historical city of York

You know those audio guides you can rent out at museums? Well, these are street versions you can use to visit historical sites outside; an exciting and revolutionary way to visit famous and historical locations around Britain. Dramatised audio guided strolls entertain you on the move anytime, anyday to suit your own schedule. Surround yourself with the people and sounds of the past as history unfolds before you. In audio CD format, complete with an easy to follow map to guide the visitor to ‘Stroll’ points where short dramatised plays come to life.
£ 1.95
Buy Now!

Sound samples coming soon. In the meantime, please
see other CDs in the range to get an idea of the style.

City of York Guided Stroll

The York City Heritage Stroll offers not only the story of the many heroes and villains of the past who are brought to life at various ‘Stroll Points’, but also the relationship between Jack (Played by Keith Mulhearn, voted Top Tour Guide for York 2002/03) who accompanies you around the city.

YOUR ROUTE: York Minster, Emperor Constantine, Minster Yard/College Street, The Treasurers house, Merchant Taylor’s Hall/Bedern, Black Swan Inn, Whip-Ma-Whop-Ma-Gate, The Shambles, The Pavement, Coppergate, Roman Bath Inn & Eboracum Legion Bathouse, The Mansion House, The Guildhall, Stonegate, Barleyhall, Guy Fawkes House
  • Full-length audio CD with Map included
  • Guided tour you can play on your personal CD player while taking the walk
  • Listen at home for a virtual historic tour
  • Gift idea: give someone you know the opportunity to have an interesting day out in London or other historical centres in the UK

A bit about York's history: York’s turbulent history can be traced back nearly 2,000 years. It begins in earnest in AD71 when the Romans, at the height of their powers, conquered the Celtic tribes known as the Brigantes and founded Eboracum which, by the 4th century, was the capital of lower Britain. In the 7th century, known as Eoferwic, it was the chief city of the Anglo-Saxon King Edwin of Northumbria and, two centuries later as Jorvik, it became an important trading centre for the Vikings. The city was ravaged by William the Conqueror, but by the Middle Ages it had again become an important commercial centre. In the 16th and 17th centuries Tudor and Stuart kings were among its visitors, in Georgian times it was the social capital of the north, and in the 19th century, with the coming of the railway, its industrial future was assured. Today, while trade and industry are still important, it is the preservation of its long and varied history which has brought it world fame. For here, visitors can not only hear about England’s history, they can actually see it and walk in it. Truly York is ageless – a city for all time and all people.

Are you Outside the UK? - although we are UK-based, we do offer a European, US & worldwide shipping service. Just add the product to your cart and then select the delivery country on our cart page - delivery charges are calculated automatically ...

Product Search

Bicycles - Traditional
Brass Telescopes
Chemistry Set
Child's Metal Detector
Egg Topper
Electric Candles
Football Fan Gifts

Funny Place Names
Gardening Gloves
Grape Scissors
Kevin Walsh Prints
Metal Detectors
Metal Signs
Nostalgic Advertising
Original Newspapers

Personalised Gifts
Personalised Wines & Spirits
Record Players
Restored Telephones
Retro Radios
Silk Flame Lamp

Toys - Educational
Traditional Carts
Wind Chimes
Wine Glass Charms

About Us  | Customer Service  | Payment  | Security  | Delivery

Retrocentre.co.uk, Stowe Warehouse, Unit 4, Combs Tannery, Stowmarket, Suffolk, IP14 2EN, UK, Tel. +44 (0)1449 763 120
Garling Consulting Ltd, UK Company Reg: 04264375, VAT No: 804941630
Copyright © retrocentre.co.uk 2019 - All rights reserved

English - Deutsch - Français