Memorial Gardens is located at York YO26 4ZF, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Memorial Gardens and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Robert Agnew

4 Google Rating

Mark of respect for our brave soldiers of all ages rest in peace

4/ 5

Mark of respect for our brave soldiers of all ages rest in peace

Sheila Mcginnies

3 Google Rating

Weather not good when we visited, would be lovely place to sit in on warmer days .

3/ 5

Weather not good when we visited, would be lovely place to sit in on warmer days .

NightCraftYT [NCYTMineCraft]

5 Google Rating

Very warm gardens with group of ducks living in the garden near the river. Central near the central

5/ 5

Very warm gardens with group of ducks living in the garden near the river. Central near the central train and bus station. For my opinion, York is beautiful town with a lot of history. It is one of the most beautiful cities in Europe.

Paul Gee

5 Google Rating

Lovely little garden situated just over the river from York centre. Theres a nice view of the Minste

5/ 5

Lovely little garden situated just over the river from York centre. Theres a nice view of the Minster and other historic buildings on the York skyline. Well worth a visit and just a short walk from the railway station.

Chris Mcghee

5 Google Rating

A lovely setting for the remembrance service

5/ 5

A lovely setting for the remembrance service

Patrica Hampson

4 Google Rating

Great place, close to the river ideal for a sit and relax. Close to the coach pick up point. Beautif

4/ 5

Great place, close to the river ideal for a sit and relax. Close to the coach pick up point. Beautifully kept.

Im Sik Han

5 Google Rating

"Thanks to your dedication and sacrifices, the Republic of Korea could protect freedom and peace. We

5/ 5

"Thanks to your dedication and sacrifices, the Republic of Korea could protect freedom and peace. We will remember the valor and devotion of heroes forever. Rest in peace, Korean War Veterans."

karen hickson

5 Google Rating

Visited on 25 September while at Newcastle university Open Day. Beautiful flowerbeds and bronze memo

5/ 5

Visited on 25 September while at Newcastle university Open Day. Beautiful flowerbeds and bronze memorial with dedication - worth seeing.

Tom Miskell

5 Google Rating

a nice place to sit and have lunch or feed the friendly local geese

5/ 5

a nice place to sit and have lunch or feed the friendly local geese

Michael Sweeting

4 Google Rating

Small garden which is decent to chill, have a picnic, or maybe eat your lunch if you're in the city.

4/ 5

Small garden which is decent to chill, have a picnic, or maybe eat your lunch if you're in the city. Not much there, but close to lots of other stuff.

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