Museum Gardens is located at Museum St, York YO1 7FR, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Museum Gardens and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Marcos Gallego Llorente

5 Google Rating

Beautiful gardens to spend a sunny day! The abbey ruins are breathtaking, the museum, the river and

5/ 5

Beautiful gardens to spend a sunny day! The abbey ruins are breathtaking, the museum, the river and the Tudor house give it a very English feeling. Really recommend it. Especially as you explore the city walls and have to cross the river, this is a good break.I will come back again next time I’m around York.

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5 Google Rating

The grounds of the museum have both plants leading up to it and surrounding it and the tall walls. G

5/ 5

The grounds of the museum have both plants leading up to it and surrounding it and the tall walls. Gardens appear rather well kept, from the grass, to bushes, to trees. There's a small 'edible garden' further away from the museum entrance and has a nice variety of plants. [Must update with pictures later as the season changes]

Peter Wood

5 Google Rating

Particularly nice place to sit and relax on a sunny day. There are often a number of activities to e

5/ 5

Particularly nice place to sit and relax on a sunny day. There are often a number of activities to enjoy, such as a display of birds of prey or a craft fair. Very pleasant and can be included into the general journey into the centre of time.

Joanne Scaum

5 Google Rating

Such a lovely place to sit. Take the kids for a play or to the museum. It's great to watch the squir

5/ 5

Such a lovely place to sit. Take the kids for a play or to the museum. It's great to watch the squirrels play or even come and take some bits out of your hand.

Ben Stevenson

4 Google Rating

Nice and peaceful walk around though we didn't spend a lot of time here. Plenty of pigeon poop in th

4/ 5

Nice and peaceful walk around though we didn't spend a lot of time here. Plenty of pigeon poop in the tunnel which was funny considering the spikes were put in place to try and prevent this but things were still readable. Liked how it was right next to the museum so we could go between the two in one nice transition

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