Metamodelling for MDA
Date: November 24th-25th 2003
Venue: Kings Manor, York, England.
Kings Manor is one of historic York's most attractive and unusual sites. The Grade I medieval buildings is a vivid evocation of the past. Originally the Abbot's House of St Mary's Abbey, the King's Manor served the Tudors and Stuarts as a seat of government, becoming a school and residences in the 18th century. The history of the King's Manor weaves a continuous thread in the history of York since medieval times.
Getting to King's Manor
King's Manor is in Exhibition Square, next to the City Art Gallery and opposite the Theatre Royal, a few minutes walk from the centre of York.
Buses 1, 2 and 3 go from the Railway Station to Exhibition Square. Alternately, it takes about 10 minutes to walk.
By car, the easiest approach to King's Manor is to take the A19 turn off from the A1237 section of the outer ring road, which goes directly to the centre of the City. Please note the parking restrictions.
Multimap provides a street map of York showing King's Manor marked with a ring.
We recommend staying at the Jarvis Abbey Park Hotel (tel: +44 1904 658301)
which is in walking distance from the workshop location. Rooms can be had at this hotel from £72 a night (around 122 USD).
Click here for a
map with the hotel encircled. The relative location of the hotel to
King's Manor is shown here.