Barley Hall

Barley Hall is a unique survival in York, a city of wonderful buildings. It is a medieval building in the centre of the city, forgotten until a few years ago, concealed under a jumble of run down derelict offices and workshops.

It was excavated in the 1980s which revealed that under this jumble was a surviving example of a fifteenth-century medieval town house, originally the town house of the Priors of Nostell but later to be the town house of its best known inhabitant, Alderman William Snawsell, goldsmith and Mayor of York.

It has been restored to how it looked at the time of Alderman Snawsell, towards the end of the fifteenth century, making it essential for period filming.

To contact Barley Hall by telephone or by fax please call:-
+44 (0) 1904 610275
email barleyhall@yorkat.co.uk web: www.barleyhall.org.uk
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