A lovely place to rest your feet after a day of sightseeing. The museum is very nice too. Also if you like to Geocache, it's the place.
This is a beautiful little pocket of greenery very near to the Minster. We wandered through on the way back to our hotel and were so excited to see the amount of squirrels there which were so tame! The gardens are well kept and are obviously really enjoyed by all who visit.
I'm not going to feed that cute pigeon with the leg tag that's lost it's way anymore. There has been another autumn cull again, so encouraging them only ends in an early death for the intelligent dove. The squirrel population seem fit and healthy. An urban enclave of beauty, safe for toddler's with railings between the river and the lawn.... More
lovelly gardens to wander through watching very tame squirells feeding and if you sit quiet enough they will feed out of your hand.The gardens themselves still looked well in mid november and one could spend a while lost in thought and breathe in the ambience before wandering down to the river,
A pleasant little garden on the banks of the river - discovered by accident on a meander around York. Not at its best in late October, doubtless much better in June or July. The old ruins give it an added dimension, very photograph-worthy in autumn sunshine. We followed the path back along the riverside and watched the tourist boats, makes... More
There are some ruins here that are cool to admire. There is also a tower that stands from well over 1000 years ago. It is the oldest Roman fortification I have ever witnessed and that was amazing.
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