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Museum Gardens

Covering over 10 acres in the center of the city, the York Museum Gardens are well-maintained, sprawling botanical gardens.

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St Helen's Square
Named for St Helen's Church located in the square, the area has been a gathering place for locals for nearly three centuries.
York Guildhall
The guildhall began as a meeting house for guilds in the 15th century. It was bombed in a blitz during WWII and was reopened with a new stained glass window after the war.
York Theatre Royal
Built on the site of a former hospital, the theatre began showing pays in 1744 and remains operational today.
St Mary’s Abbey
It was established in 1088 as a Benedictine monastery inside the city walls of York and became one of the largest and most powerful monasteries in the north of England.
River Ouse
The Ouse flows for 60 miles through the city of York and the town of Selby to join the River Aire. The name Ouse is of Celtic origin and is formed from the word 'USA' which means water.
High & Low Petergate
Petergate is one of the most fascinating streets in York divided into High Petergate and Low Petergate and named due to its proximity with the Minster dedicated to St Peter.

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