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Full of history and fabulous foliage. The gardens were beautiful and the abbey ruins as well as the St Leonards hospital ruins and the Roman tower within the museum gardens made for beautiful photo ops. Don't forget to visit St Olave's 15th century church as...More
This is a little gem tucked away in the Memorial Gardens. Very disappointingly whilst there is an information board, it gives very very little information about the history of St Mary's. Access to the graveyard would have been good.
St Mary's Abbey are an amazing set of ruins located in the wonderful Museum Gardens.
Walking around this wonderful tranquil park and garden area theres so much to see ,the Observatory, Yorkshire Museum ,Hospitium and the Multangular Tower plus the ruins and to me St...More
The ruins of St Mary's Abbey stand at one end of the Museum Gardens. They make for a rather wistful reminder of the pre-reformation era and their Gothic arches hark back to centuries ago. It's a lovely spot, and usually the quieter part of the...More
These ruins are amazing. Besides the remaining wall, there are parts of the abbey still sticking up all through the gardens, and even underneath the nearby Yorkshire Museum (which is worth every penny itself, with the history of Yorkshire well exhibited). Just wander about and...More
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