York Museum Gardens - York
A brief description of the attraction York Museum Gardens - York
The York Museum Gardens are botanic gardens in the center of York beside the River Ouse. The gardens are a great place to chill out and have a picnic in when the weather is warm. Feed the Squirrels up in Autumn and is a great place for a walk or jog in the morning. They were designed by landscape architect Sir John Murray Naysmith, and contain a variety of plants, trees and birds.
Created in 1835 and now run by the York Museum Trust the Museum gardens has 500,000 visitors and has 10 acres to explore.The gardens also contain the Yorkshire Museum and the Hospitium both well worth a look. The Hospitium is a popular place for weddings. The gardens also contain the Observatory and is close to the River Ouse. It's a fantastic short walk through the gardens then down to the river and back into town. Admission is free. Yorkshire Museum Museum Gardens