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To view this panoramic photograph of York Castle Museum's Victorian Street, click down on your computer mouse and slide the icon across the picture.
Our three main venues are available as filming locations and have been used to film drama, news and entertainment programmes.
For more information, contact Lee Clark, Media Co-ordinator, on 01904 687673, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
York Castle Museum
The Victorian Parlour at York Castle Museum
Our famous Victorian Street, Kirkgate, above, provides a mini film-set with authentic re-created shop fronts, a cobbled street and a Hansom cab.
The Victorian parlour, Moorland Cottage, Georgian dining room, Jacobean Dining Room, 1940s kitchen and 1950s sitting room all provide period backdrops with authentic detail.
The atmospheric Condemned Cell, which once housed infamous highwayman Dick Turpin, has two prison doors and a small window with bars across it.
Yorkshire Museum & Gardens
St Mary's Abbey in the Museum Gardens
The magnificent St Mary's Abbey ruins provide a stunning backdrop to footage about York's medieval heritage.
Treasures such as the Middleham Jewel, the York Helmet and the Ormside Bowl as well as rare Roman discoveries, can help programme makers illustrate the past.
York Art Gallery
York Art Gallery's main gallery
A host of British and European art from the last 600 years in a peaceful 19th century building, with a view across to York's city walls and the Minster.