Discover a glimpse of the medieval world tucked behind a busy shopping street. Coloured light filters through stained glass windows to illuminate uneven honey-coloured stone.
The building dates chiefly from the fifteenth century, but has features from its foundation in the twelfth century right up to the nineteenth century. The box pews, unique in York, are exceptionally fine, and an interesting collection of monuments and memorials paint a picture of life in this busy city throughout the ages.
Kids can enjoy the Explorers' Carts with activities for all ages. Make a brass rubbing, or spot the medieval faces peeping from the windows.
Explore the beautiful churchyard, a natural haven in York's busy centre.
Open Friday and Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday to Thursday 12:00 - 16:00
15 minutes before closure
Access to Holy Trinity is via the main entrance on Goodramgate or via Hornpot Lane from Petergate (turning into the alleyway next to Poundland).
Free entry - donations to the upkeep of the church gratefully received.
No, there is no parking.
No, there are no toilets available.
No, there are no baby changing facilities.
Holy Trinity Church has not told us if you can bring a picnic.
No, there are no dining options.
Yes, Holy Trinity Church is wheelchair friendly.
There is a step up into the churchyard at the Goodramgate churchyard entrance. Wheelchair access is via Petergate next to Poundland. There is a ramp into the church but access to some of the chapels is restricted owing to change of level and steps.
Yes, Holy Trinity Church have stated they are pushchair friendly.
No pets are allowed.