The country park also has a lake and a meadow, gardens, woodland, nature trails and a play area for children so is a lovely place to extend your visit.
See Rufford Abbey Country Park's website for more information and details of their events, children's activities and walking tours. Why not head west and visit Bolsover Castle, half an hour's drive away, a stunning Stuart mansion perched on a ridge high above the Vale of Scarsdale in Derbyshire.
The Multangular Tower in the Museum Gardens is the most noticeable and intact structure remaining from the Roman walls.
It was constructed as part of a series of eight similar defensive towers.
The foundations and the line of about half of these Roman walls form part of the existing walls, as follows: The line of the rest of the Roman wall went south-west from the east corner, crossing the via principalis of the fortress where King's Square is now located.
View of the city looking north-east from the city wall, near the railway station.
The brown spire in the middle distance is the Catholic church of St Wilfrid, and York Minster is visible behind it.
Discover Stackpole’s beautiful stretch of coastline for yourself.
With award-winning sandy beaches, tranquil wooded valleys, wildlife-rich lily ponds, walking trails and watersports, there’s lots to see and do.