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image for Church item typeSt Martin Church in Coney Street

Church, free entry


The parish church of St Denys one of several Grade 1 listed church, in terms of surviving fabric among the oldest of the city centre churches. It had a close connection with the powerful Percy family, Earls of Northumberland, whose town house stood opposite and several of whose members are buried here. It was also associated with the medieval York Fishmongers’ Guild, whose market was near Foss Bridge.

Among the greatest glories of St Denys’s is the array of medieval stained glass in seven of its ten windows; exceptional even by York standards, this is mainly of the 14th and 15th centuries, but also includes two reset 12th century roundels, the oldest stained glass in the city.

Opening Details

Open all the time

10:00 to 17:00 every day.


Free entry



See location of St Martin Coney Street on Google mapsSee location on Google maps

Map reference: SE 601518  Lat: 53.95881 Long: -1.08553

By Public Transport:
Train station: York, various city centre bus routes including Park and Ride


Rev’d Jane Nattrass


Coney Street,


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