We are fortunate to live very close to Museum Gardens and walk through it every day on our way into town. It is always a treat to walk past the ruins of St Marys Abbey, the splendid Yorkshire Museum and the stunning medieval Hospitium where the monks from the Abbey used to entertain there guests . The Observatory is also worth a visit. The multiangular tower located near the gates to the town is the original roman wall. St Leonards Hospital founded by the monks from the Abbey and ruined by Henry V111 can also be found in these fabulous gardens. So much of York's history is still evident in these gardens. However they are tastefully planted too and there is an abundance of wildlife to be found there too, particularly the cheeky squirrels.
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