The abbey was alive with wild life. This bunny was out for a meal and not all that bothered by me taking a picture of him. There is a 360 acre park containing 500 Red, Sika and Fallow deer.
The day was quickly drawing to a close and we still hadn't seen half the park.
There were several temples, follies and statues that we missed such as the Serpentine Tunnel, the Rustic Bridge, Grotto, Half Moon Pond, cascades, Fishing Tabernacles, Drum Fall and the Seven Bridges Valley in the Deer Park. We did see Anne Bolelyn's Seat from the edge of the River Skell. The view of the Abbey at sunset from the Seat must be breathtaking.
A new day took us to the North York Moors.