Parks and Gardens
Bath is a green city with plenty of parks and gardens to explore; click here to view a map of the city's parks and gardens.
Sit back and relax in a deckchair in Parade Gardens, where live music can often be heard drifting from the bandstand or follow in the footsteps of Jane Austen by promenading through Sydney Gardens to the picturesque Kennet and Avon Canal.
Pack a picnic before taking a stroll to the Royal Crescent where you will find Royal Victoria Park. Explore the Botanical Gardens and take children to the huge adventure playground and duck pond to blow off some steam.
Walk up to Prior Park Landscape Garden, a National Trust property set in a sweeping valley, where you can cross one of only four Palladian bridges in the world. Or take the steps up to Alexandra Park where you will be rewarded with magnificent views of the city.
Take a short journey from the city centre for a variety of parks and gardens. During Iford Arts immerse yourself in intimate opera recitals and free-flowing jazz concerts performed in the peaceful tranquillity of a Peto Garden. Breathe in the soothing scent as you saunter through fields of Somerset Lavender. Or track a fallow deer herd through seventeenth-century parkland whilst admiring dramatic views across the Severn Estuary to the Black Mountains of Wales.
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Full of variety, this charming garden showcases English country style at its ...
The UK's original safari park, with over 1,200 animals and more than 480 years ...
Elegant seventeenth-century mansion and deer park in acres of rolling countryside.
Explore a magnificent eighteenth-century landscape garden offering stunning views of Bath.
A family-run working lavender farm offering spectacular views across its lavender fields.
A voyage of botanical discovery at the heart of historic Victoria Park.