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August

In August the whole of York is in holiday mood, strolling by the riverside, relaxing in the parks, boating on the river and enjoying the wide range of events taking place in the city.

The Great Yorkshire Fringe continues until the 6th August.

Joe McElderry comes to the Grand Opera House on the 9th.

The weekend of the 11th to the 13th of sees York head back in time to the second world war for ‘York in The Blitz’ which will have lots of 1940s music, dance and stalls all over the city.

The Yorkshire Air Museum will holds its Summer Thunder Day’ on the 20th August where there will be a selection of live jet and propellor aircraft running their engines to really make some noise! .

On the 22nd to the 23rd the North York Moors Railway holds its annual 60s Fest with live bands, a traditional country show and classic cars.

From the 23rd to the 26th is the Yorkshire Ebor Festival of horseracing at York Racecourse.

The 28th sees the Micklegate Run Soapbox Challenge – a wacky race down the hill Micklegate in home-made (engine-less) go-carts.

York Art Gallery’s exhibition Picasso: Ceramics from the Attenborough Collection continues (until 5th November but dates to be confirmed).

The Yorkshire Museum’s ‘Viking: Rediscover the Legend’ in partnership with the British Museum continues (running until 5th November 2017). This major new exhibition with bring two of the most significant collections of Viking Age treasure in Britain together for the first time.

Running until the 3rd of September, the National Railway Museum’s Mystery on the Rails season continues, exploring the special place of railways in detective fiction and well as exploring real-life crimes with exhibitions, workshops and talks.

The Castle Museum’s exhibition, York’s Sweet Past (running to 5th January 2018) continues.

 
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