How to find us
The York Army Museum is in the centre of York on Tower Street, opposite Clifford's Tower and next to the Hilton hotel.
The A1036 and A19 are most convenient for access to the nearby car parks.
Nearby car parks are available at Clifford's Tower (the Castle, opposite the Museum, approx. 1 minute's walk), and St. George's Field (approx. 3-4 minutes' walk). Other car parks are also available in and around York. Please note that both St. George's Field and Castle car parks are Pay & Display. For further information please visit the City of York Council's website.
A park and ride service operates from six locations surrounding the city; these comprise Rawcliffe Bar (to the North-West), Monk's Cross (North-East), Grimston Bar (East), Designer Outlet (South), Askham Bar (South-West), and Poppleton Bar (West). Park and Ride services run into the City Centre at various points. See York Park and Ride for further information.
Buses also run to and from a variety of local towns and cities, including Leeds, Scarborough and Bridlington.
National Express coaches run to and from York station.
York is served by East Coast Railways, CrossCountry, First TransPennine Express and Northern Rail. York station is approximately a 15 minute walk from the Museum.
For more information on trains to York visit TransPennine Express, Northern Rail, CrossCountry, East Coast, or National Rail.
The Museum is fully wheelchair accessible; the toilets are designed to accommodate wheelchairs, and a stairlift between the foyer and the Museum (max. weight 185kg/407lbs) will accommodate one person in a wheelchair.
Mobility scooter users will need to send their scooter down on the lift, and then either walk or be lifted down themselves, owing to the lift's maximum weight limit.