Centrally located and easily accessed by public transport or car, York Barbican provides a unique and alternative venue for a variety of conferences and events. Newly redeveloped with upgraded facilities York Barbican is not only a concert venue, it also provides an exciting environment for a diverse range of corporate events.
For full directions on how to get to York Barbican, please visit: https://www.yorkbarbican.co.uk/venue-info/getting-here/
We recommend the Qpark Car Park on Kent Street (next to the Fire Station). The venue offers a discounted ticket for this which lasts for 8hrs and is £6.50. You need to take a ticket when they go into the car park and you can get it validated at the Box Office on site for a discount. However, if people are on site for longer, it is more cost effective to pay at the car park. Full price info here: https://www.q-park.co.uk/en-gb/cities/york/barbican/
Welcome to York!
To explore York is to discover 2000 years of history, from the ancient walls of Roman York to the Viking remains of JORVIK and the grandeur of Georgian York. Delve into York’s heritage, discover iconic sights and hidden attractions off the beaten track, enjoy a vivid food and drink scene and wander in and out of contemporary independent shops.
Offering more attractions per square mile than any other destination in the UK, you’re never more than a short walk from one of York’s awe-inspiring offerings. Plus, the city’s varied and vibrant calendar of events and festivals means there’s always something exciting just around the corner.
With so many things to do in York, make the most of your visit by staying in York for longer, so you can take your time and see more of our incredible city – and with the North York Moors, the Yorkshire coast and Yorkshire Dales in easy reach, you can explore the best of city, coast and countryside with York as your base.
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