In 1938 Alice Park was given to the city of Bath for use as a public park by Herbert Montgomery MacVicar.
Situated at the junction of the A4 and Gloucester Road, Alice Park is a little tranquil gem for the whole family to enjoy. There are eight acres of beautiful parkland which includes six tennis courts, a community garden and even outdoor ping pong!
There is free car parking, well-kept toilets and a wonderful café which serves everything from a full Alice English Breakfast, through to homemade soup, paninis, toasties and even the Bath-made Miniscoffs Organic meals for kids.
Whether you wish to take part in some football, tennis, netball or simply sit in the sunshine with a good book, Alice Park has everything for both the young and the young at heart.
- Wheelchair Access
- On site parking
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Most Recent Traveller Reviews
24 Apr 2018: Driving into Bath the traffic was horrific on a hot sunny day so we stopped at the park. A lovely park and cafe. After using toilet facilities, walking to stretch legs and children playing in the...
12 Jun 2017: We'd been driving for about an hour, wishing for a playground with a cafe nearby and lo and behold we found Alice Park. There's a fenced playground with a cafe!
Piles of abandoned clothes seem a...
14 Feb 2017: We spent a lovely couple of hours exploring Alice Park. There are a variety of trees and plants, paths to follow, play area, tennis courts and cafe.
We found a fascinating plaque commemorating a...