Travel and Directions
WE'RE EASY TO FIND - JUST FOLLOW THE SMELL
The York Dungeon is opposite the Grand Opera House, just around the corner from Clifford's Tower.
York City centre is encompassed by its ancient walls and is accessible on foot! Follow the signs to The York Dungeon or the Grand Opera House – you are only a short walk from one end of the city to other!
The York Dungeon
12 Clifford Street
Buses, Trains and Park & Ride, no matter what you want to call it, the bus stop is at the front of the Dungeon. We are a short walk from York Railway Station and there is even a river boat service at King’s Staith Landings, a couple of minutes away from The York Dungeon.
City Sight-Seeing Bus
Discover the sights and attractions that tell the story of York’s 2,000 years of history with an open-top bus tour.
Experience a sightseeing tour on the water in York with the City Cruise York sightseeing cruise, Self Drive-Boat tour and evening cruises.
We are a 5-10 minute walk from York Railway Station with great links to Leeds, Harrogate and the East Coast.
Find your times and tickets: www.nationalrail.co.uk
Did you know that it only takes 2 hours by train from London to York? You'll fall in love with York from the moment you arrive...
Coach and Car
St George's Car Park, YO1 9WJ
Castle Car Park, YO1 9SA
Q-Park operate the Shambles car park a short walk away on Garden Place.
There are several car parks available within walking distance from the York Dungeon, fees may apply.
The closest Coach Parks are at the following sites:
St George's Car Park, Fishergate, York, YO1 9WJ
Union Terrace Coach Park, Clarence St, York YO31 7EL
Drivers are recommended to plan alternative routes via the iTravel York - Journey Planner