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Royal Victoria Park

Bath, England
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Reviewed 6 days ago

Lovely gardens with great feel and super statues next to the river and over looking the bridge and in the centre of Bath

Thank John_B503778
Reviewed 1 week ago

Impressive flower displays and walking paths. You may even find a small band playing in the gazebo . to make you feel like you have stepped back in time.

Thank smsdes
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

What a lovely park. Entering via really ornate gates, there's parking on the road (or Charlotte Street car park 100 yards away), tennis courts, putting, bowling and a cafe as well as bandstand. All of this just in the lee of the Royal Crescent and...More

1  Thank KMR139
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lovely green space near to the botanic gardens and the Royal Circus. Great to wander in. One of the larger parks you can discover round the city.

Thank Lynn B
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

This is a beautiful slice of parkland for a quiet stroll but so disappointed to see how unloved and neglected some of the ponds were - plenty of wildlife around but ponds full of plastic rubbish and silted up/stagnant is never a good idea. Such...More

Thank PitstopMelly
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Peaceful place to relax and meditate during the day questionable at night. Children should remain in sight and not run freely

Thank zaahaabi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This place so good, we travel from Sth Glos. to bring grandchildren. So many different pieces of play activity that there is something for many ages and also however busy on sunny school holiday days, there is still room on the play items. Nice cafe...More

Thank Riverbankannie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Locals know it as "Vicky Park", and all year round there are points of interest. Spring and summer the Park bursts into colour from the many trees, bedding plants and shrubs. The Botanical Gardens are a "hidden gem" worth a visit in peace and tranquility....More

Thank Rutti
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Victoria Park has it all. A play area for kids, botanical garden to wander around and lots of open space which people use for BBQs, sport etc, and all surrounded by Georgian buildings. There are often events staged in the open spaces such as fairs,...More

Thank michaelwG247PT
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

excellent crazy golf course, and nice tea rooms afterwards with toilets, expensive to park, and a steep walk from parking to crazy golf.

Thank mikebrain37
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Joanna P
Where car you park?
29 September 2016|
Response from KMR139 |
There is parking on the road in the park or the Charlotte Street car park is right next door and is huge
Andy H
Is Victoria Park "dog friendly"?
7 June 2015|
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