Thursday, October 7, 2010

Angling, pointing, aspiring …

The 900 year-old York St Mary's,  with remains from as far back as AD1020, opened as an art gallery about five years ago. You could easily spend a full day in this area of York alone, taking in visits to the Castle Museum and the Jorvik Viking Centre as well as enjoying the exhibition here. 


  1. What an interesting use for an old church -- an art gallery! I bet the backstory on how that came to be is fascinating in and of itself.

  2. Great place. I like the diagonal composition, made the church look moving up.