Street by Street Guide
- Blake Street 360° Photo
- Duncombe Place
- High Petergate
- Low Petergate
- North Street
- Peasholme Green 360° Photo
- St. Saviourgate
- St. Saviour’s Place
- St. Leonard’s Place 360° Photo
- Tanner Row
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The Architectural Heritage Fund helps to repair and regenerate historic buildings.
Founded in 1924 for the study and conservation of ancient monuments, historic buildings and fine old craftsmanship.
Dedicated to the study and promotion of British castles.
The Civic Trust promotes progressive improvements in the quality of urban life for communities throughout the United Kingdom.
From visits to historic properties and battle re-enactments to conservation grants, from archaeological digs to children’s books, English Heritage offers exciting insights into the past and helps the past contribute to the lives of everyone now, and in the future.
The Historic Houses Association represents around 300 historic buildings and country estates in the British Isles, including the finest houses, castles, gardens and parks in British heritage.
The Institute of Historic Building Conservation (IHBC) is the professional institute which represents conservation professionals in the public and private sectors in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
The Landmark Trust is a charity which rescues buildings of historic interest or architectural importance, and then gives them a new life by making them available to stay in for holidays.
The National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Details may be found here about the work of the National Trust and about its countryside and historic properties open to the public.
Architectural guides and the Buildings Books Trust. Books on buildings rural and urban, medieval to modern.
The Society for the Protection of Ancient Buildings.
A set of web pages relating to the United Kingdom Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works.
The Victorian Society is the national society responsible for the study and protection of Victorian and Edwardian architecture and other arts.
Over 300 historic churches throughout England for people to visit, with search facilities via county, region and key features. All in the care of The Churches Conservation Trust.
York Civic Trust was established in 1946 with the aim of preserving the city’s rich architectural and cultural heritage for the benefit of all.
David Simpson looks at Yorkshire’s history, identity, culture and places to
Street by Street Guide introductory text has been extracted from David’s website.
York Tourism Bureau (Est. 1987) is a private, non-profit making organisation which principle objective is to market the City of York as a leading visitor destination.