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Although York Minster is currently closed to the public in response to the Coronavirus pandemic, you can still join our worship and explore our history and architecture online.

See below for a range of resources to discover the cathedral from home.

Join our worship

There are a range of ways to join our daily worship from home, including prayers and daily reflections by York Minster’s clergy and Sunday services broadcast by the Church of England. As Easter approaches, we’ll be making a range of videos, audio and written texts available to mark key days and services during Holy Week and Easter Day.

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Explore the cathedral

Explore the country’s largest collection of medieval stained glass, discover nearly 2000 years of history in the Undercroft Museum or delve into our 300,000 strong collection of historic objects, which tell fascinating stories of York Minster’s past and present.

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Current conservation projects

Learn about our work to maintain one of the world’s most magnificent cathedrals, and how you can help support our current projects. These include the once-a-century refurbishment of the Grand Organ, the 20-year project to protect the country’s largest collection of medieval stained glass and repairs to stone and glass on the cathedral’s South Quire Aisle, following six centuries of exposure to the elements.

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Learning resources

From Romans to Vikings, Normans to Tudors, explore York Minster through the centuries with a range of resources from our Learning Team to help support home schooling.

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Minster Videos

See all the latest videos from York Minster including music and worship resources and behind the scenes footage and interviews with our conservation experts.

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Support us

Like many organisations, York Minster is now facing a huge financial impact due to the Coronavirus pandemic.

We receive no regular income from the Government or Church of England for the maintenance or running of the Minster and rely on the income we generate from those who visit the cathedral. During these difficult times, we continue to work to further our Mission and safeguard the future of the cathedral. If you would like to support us in this work, please consider making a donation below. Thank you for your support.

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