Clifford’s Tower is instantly recognisable sat atop its mound offering a unique panoramic view of York’s many historical landmarks including the Minster and the city walls. Amongst the last standing remains of the York Castle, Clifford’s Tower was built by William the Conqueror in 1068 and has held many positions of significance from a prison to a Royal mint. Witnessing many periods of significance throughout York’s history, Clifford’s tower is bursting with unique history waiting for your students to discover. It’s unique and unrivalled views offer a great way to view the city and recognise other visits throughout your trip and on a clear day you and your students will be able to see as far as the North York moors! Clifford’s tower is a unique and significant staple in York’s past and present and promises to be a great educational visit for any school trip.