Panaramic view

Fountains Park  | OS Grid Ref: 426900,467200  | Site classified as: Park:Deer  | HPG Ref: 60019

Map Evidence

1851 OS Series 1
Shown as a deer park with containing boundaries, such as 'Monks'Wall', and features as Park House and 'Site of Fish Pond', How Hill and chapel
1910 OS 6inch
As above

Other documentary evidence


Links to related sites

Fountains Park, together with the present Fountains Abbey With Studley Royal, was part of the extensive Fountains Abbey holdings before the Dissolution of the Monastries by Henry VIII in commencing in 1536.
See also neighbouring features Fountains Park Pale & Park House (Fountains Park), How Hill Tower and Aldfield Spa.

Additional Information

Two PRoW's cut across the area, which is otherwise privately owned.

Extract from 1851 OS map centred on Site
Extract from OS Landranger map centred on Site
Extract from Google Map image map centred on Site
Bridge over the River Skell along Spa Ghyll leading to Aldfield Spa.
Part of the wider designed landscape by William Aislabie in the 1770's
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