This interactive map(1) allows you to 'virtually explore' the historic city of York.
By default, a coded marker-pin(2) is displayed for each 'place of potential visitor interest' in the database(3).
If desired, set the filters below, then click / tap on the 'Apply Filters' button to display matching locations.(4) To avoid frustrating 'nil returns', use one filter only (leaving the other set to 'Any').
To open a small overlay window containing information about a location, click / tap on its marker.
Additional tips for using the map are available on the help-text page.
102 places match the current filter settings.
1: Please note that the 'Explore Using Maps' option makes heavy demands on the internet connection to download and resize the maps. Page-loading times and data-usage can be kept to a minimum by using the default street map view ('wikimedia layer'). If you want a different perspective (and if you have a fast connection / high data allowance), the layers button (top-right) can be used to display an 'aerial imagery' view (esri-world_imagery).
3: As this website is still in the early stages of development, there are lots of places of potential visitor interest 'missing' from the database: these will be added on an occassional basis, as and when time permits.
4: The filters act together using an 'AND' function, so markers will only be displayed for places that match BOTH of the filter settings.