18 . 01 . 2018Read More
York Archaeological Trust, (YAT), the team behind the world-famous JORVIK Viking Centre, are launching a series of collaborative exhibitions showcasing a […]
15 . 12 . 2017Read More
York Archaeological Trust (YAT) and York Blind and Partially Sighted Society have joined forces to ensure visually impaired visitors are […]
04 . 12 . 2017Read More
York Archaeological Trust’s Nottingham office, Trent & Peak Archaeology, is currently undertaking excavations at a site in South Yorkshire that have revealed a high concentration of Romano-British archaeology.
27 . 09 . 2017Read More
Children from schools across Northallerton have seen the archaeological dig at the town’s former prison at first hand.
14 . 09 . 2017Read More
JORVIK Viking Centre welcomed HRH Prince Edward, The Duke of Kent today (Wednesday 13th September 2017) to showcase the updated attraction following its multi-million re-imagining after flooding in December 2015.
13 . 09 . 2017Read More
Rusty keys have been unearthed at the site of Northallerton’s former prison – buried among the footings of an old […]
30 . 08 . 2017Read More
Archaeologists move on to the site of Northallerton’s former prison next week – and local people will have the chance […]