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York Shopping

York is the shopping capital of Yorkshire. From the boutiques of Petergate to the teeming Coney Street fashion stores and vibrant street markets, there is something to suit even the most discerning of shoppers. Pick up the perfect gift from a luxury department store like Fenwicks or enjoy an afternoon tea in the famous Bettys cafe, our shopping guide is packed with all the advice you'll ever need!

Hotels near the center of York
The Bar Convent3 starfrom £37.00
Premier Inn York City - Blossom St North3 starfrom £70.00
York Apart Hotel from £90.00
Hampton by Hilton York3 starfrom £71.40
Safestay York4 starfrom £10.00
 

Goodramgate

Goodramgate was created in the Viking period, 1100 years ago as a street to connect the former eastern Roman gateway ( where Kings Square is today) with the former northern Roman gateway ( close to the current MonkBar gateway). Originally called Gutherumgate it was named after a local warrior, although some people believe it was after King Guthrum, who was defeated by King Arthur. Today Goodramgate is home to a variety of shops and businesses including pubs, restaurants, tea rooms, choclatiers, jewellers and York's largest collection of charity shops. The variety of the architecture on this street is amazing, spanning 700 years. Lady Row is the oldest row of houses in York dating back to 1316 and is one of the earliest examples in England of medieval " jettied" houses, where the upper story jetties away from the lower portion. The houses were built for Holy Trinity Church which is situated behind them in a beautifully secluded site. Take a look inside the church and marvel at a building which has remained more or less unaltered since the 18th century. It has no gas or electricity or running water. If you want to hear some of the stories behind this church or indeed Goodragamgate's colourful history, particularly its relationship with nearby York Minster, why not book one of York's guided walking tours.

 

York Designer Outlet

York Designer Outlet is the perfect place for a family day out as there's always something going on, be it a new store opening, a free half term event for the kiddies, charity fundraisers or celebrity guest appearances. Make sure your always in the know and see below for more details!

 

Coppergate Centre

The Coppergate Centre is York's shopping centre within the ancient city walls. Coppergate is home to the famous Jorvik Viking Centre and many big-name highstreet shops, café's, galleries and museums. Coppergate has an on-site multi-story car park and the central bus stops and railway station are only a short walk away. Coppergate's outdoor area is used to host music performances, theatre productions and some of York's most popular annual events such as the St Nicholas Fayre Christmas market. Our shops include Fenwick's, Topshop, Marks & Spencer Home, Boots, Topman, Miss Selfridge, Evans, Clarks, The Whisky Shop and Joy to name a few.