Hop-On Hop-Off tours of York
The official open-top tour of York, every 30 minutes, 7 days a week.
The Citysightseeing York tour will capture the hearts of all ages! With so many things to do and attractions to see, York is the perfect place to hop-on to one of our open top buses and explore the English heritage. We’ll take you to the finest attractions that this thriving city has to offer! Your ticket is valid for 24 hours, so you can complete a full loop of the bus tour first and then hop off at all the attractions you want to see.
VisitEngland Quality Assured
from 9am to 5:30pm
24 Hour Ticket
Rainy Day Guarantee
About the tour
- Create your own itinerary to explore York, hopping on and off whenever you wish.
- 24hr unlimited Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour with the very best views of York
- Audio commentary in 9 languages and live guides
- 21 stops around the city, including all main sights and attraction.
- Every 30 minutes from 9am to 5.30pm
- Rainy Day Guarantee, you can use your ticket any day during the week after your booking if it’s raining on your tour day
Even if the weather lets you down, we won’t
With our Rainy Day Guarantee, when you book online you can use your ticket any day during the week after your booking if it’s raining on your tour day.
Sunday is York locals day
Every Sunday get discounted tickets when you show your York Card. It’s only £10 for an adult ticket and £20 for a family ticket – we’re making it as easy as possible to enjoy our city and save some pennies too!
- 1 Exhibition Square
- 2 GillyGate
- 3 Monk Bar
- 4 Foss Bank
- 5 Peasholme Green
- 6 The Stonebow
- 7 Clifford’s Tower
- 8 Margaret Street
- 9 Walmgate Bar
- 10 Barbican Centre
- 12Bishopthorpe Road Shops
- 13Bishopthorpe Road
- 14South Bank
- 15Campleshon Road
- 16Blossom Street
- 17The Mount
- 18Mount Vale
- 19York Rail Station
- 20Memorial Gardens
- 21Museum Gardens
Discover 2000 years of history
You’ll never be short of things to do in York. Take our tour and be inspired by the beauty this city has to offer. Hop-on our open-top bus at Exhibition Square and get ready to start the adventure through time!
One of the main attractions that can’t go amiss is Clifford’s Tower at Stop 7. It stands proudly at the highest point in York and really is a sight to behold.
Fishergate Bar, one of York’s gateways, was built in the early 14th century by the mayor of York. Take a trip closer to the River Ouse and visit South Bank at Bus Stop 13. Wander around Rowntrees Park nearby, which serves as a memorial for employees of the confectionery factory nearby who died in the First World War.
Right by the River Ouse you’ll find Museum Gardens at Stop 21. The tranquil atmosphere makes it the perfect picnic location on a sunny day, where you can appreciate all the beautiful flowers and immaculate fresh lawns. Take a walk and you’ll even see the ruins of the medieval St Mary’s Abbey, which dates back to the mid-11th century.
Join us around York and enjoy the views!
- Hop-On Hop-Off Bus Tour
- 24-hour bus pass
- Rainy Day Guarantee
- 10 language multitrack commentary
- Discounts to other attractions in York and throughout Yorkshire
- Complimentary ponchos and headphones
Getting to York
If you’re coming from Leeds, Whitby, Scarborough or any other surrounding town, it couldn’t be easier to make your way to York.
Below you can find the timetables for our other buses:
Buy tickets for these journeys here.
Bring your school group to York and enjoy exploring the city’s rich past with our knowledgeable and engaging tour guides. See the sights from our open-top bus and take part in workshop activities. Gain an overview of the city’s history or choose tours specific to your class’s subjects!
All tours are pitched at a level appropriate for children and led by tour guides whose backgrounds include working in schools and museums. All tours include interactive workshop activities, appropriate to the weather on the day.
We offer several themed tours you can choose from, click here to find out more!