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All reviews ruined abbey grey squirrels green space well maintained gardens flower beds sunny day beautiful park city centre birds of prey lovely walk well worth a visit ruins picnic observatory marys trees stroll
The green lawns of the Museum Gardens are lovely and it was so nice to relax there taking in the views of the atmospheric St. Mary’s Abbey ruins.
The site of the Gardens dates back to the Norman days: the ruins of Benedictine Abbey of...More
Beautifully kept, quiet, charming, well planted space right near the river (and Judy Dench Walk). Impressive, old specimen trees and well kept and well designed plantings. We were fortunate to see the changing autumn colors but imagine this garden is worth strolling through in any...More
We have visited the gardens quite a few times but had never taken a guided tour before. Glad we did as we discovered areas and corners that we never knew were there. The guide was very knowledgeable about the history of the area which was...More
Not as good as when I last visited as they have now built a small inn overlooking the river Ouse (near where the toilets usedto be).. The gardens didn't seem to be as well looked after as when I previouly visited and parts were fenced...More
In the museum there is a lift to all floors and disabled toilets in the basement. There is a ramp leading to the entrance and there are ramps all around the gardens plus lots of benches to sit on and watch the world go by... More
In the museum there is a lift to all floors and disabled toilets in the basement. There is a ramp leading to the entrance and there are ramps all around the gardens plus lots of benches to sit on and watch the world go by. Was £7.50 to get into the museum unless you are on certain benefits and then it's £4