Leeman Road Millennium Green is located at Unnamed Road, York YO26 4UY, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Leeman Road Millennium Green and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Lynda Barton

5 Google Rating

I love this walk into York city centre. Changing seasons make it interesting a little oasis along th

5/ 5

I love this walk into York city centre. Changing seasons make it interesting a little oasis along the river bank.

evencheezier .

3 Google Rating

Nice play area.

3/ 5

Nice play area.

leigh keenlyside

5 Google Rating

A pleasant green space ideal for dogs children and adults. It's wheelchair accessible but there are

5/ 5

A pleasant green space ideal for dogs children and adults. It's wheelchair accessible but there are no toilets or refreshments available

Carl Spencer

5 Google Rating

A very beautiful and peaceful location ... ideal for nature lovers and railway enthusiasts alike.

5/ 5

A very beautiful and peaceful location ... ideal for nature lovers and railway enthusiasts alike.

Nate Simpson

4 Google Rating

The grass has only been cut near the path, its this to encourage wildlife or because of budget cuts

4/ 5

The grass has only been cut near the path, its this to encourage wildlife or because of budget cuts ?

Anthony Odge

4 Google Rating

Nicely maintained walk. Good place to take the dog. Wellies are a must In the winter.

4/ 5

Nicely maintained walk. Good place to take the dog. Wellies are a must In the winter.

Elaine potter

4 Google Rating

Popular with dog walkers, nice and secluded with the trees, plenty of seats, lovely pond, recently b

4/ 5

Popular with dog walkers, nice and secluded with the trees, plenty of seats, lovely pond, recently been tided up, like to sit and see the squirrels, and the robin,

Ching-Yu Chang

4 Google Rating

A good place to start a good morning!

4/ 5

A good place to start a good morning!

John Bennett

4 Google Rating

A nice open space but some features are looking a little shabby after twenty years.

4/ 5

A nice open space but some features are looking a little shabby after twenty years.

Shirley Precious

3 Google Rating

Lovely walk under trees and in nature

3/ 5

Lovely walk under trees and in nature

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