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Sydney Gardens

Bathwick, Bath BA2 1EE, England
+44 1225 477101
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Bathwick, Bath BA2 1EE, England
+44 1225 477101
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Really pleasant walk around on a sunny autumn day. Close to the canal which again is a really nice walk.

Thank Jilllian
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lovely planting, lovely bridges and architecture, an unexpected discovery on our way walking into the city centre.

Thank georgina056
Reviewed 8 September 2017

Situated 500 metres from the Abbey Courtyard, along Great Pulteney Street ( scene of many period drama photo-shoots ) and behind the superbly-renovated Holburne Museum building, this is a very fine oasis. There is often on-street parking adjacent, and hire bicycles.

Thank Wil B
Reviewed 4 September 2017

These are Georgian gardens laid out in the last years of the 18th century. The railway line now runs through the gardens but below the level of the gardens and does not detract at all, in fact the bridges over the line add to the...More

Thank Edmund R
Reviewed 7 August 2017

We found a really lovely walk along the river Kennet & Avon canal, all the way round to Green Park where we visited the Green Park Station Market, comfortable walk for able bodied, many locks being used and some interesting barges. The actual park is...More

Thank stevebillericay
Reviewed 11 July 2017

this is a nother magical part of bath if you have the time to take everything in also beutiful place to take special photos

Thank nannychris57
Reviewed 9 July 2017

Lovely gardens within a short walk to the city center. It was nice to just be able to wander around and sit down to enjoy the relative peace and quiet. If you are interested in trains then Brunels Ampitheatre worth a visit to see the...More

Thank Steve S
Reviewed 30 June 2017

Jane Austen enjoyed going there. Brunel was told his railway was not allowed to be seen from the Park. Statues, walkways and bridges, bandstands, tennis courts, shrubs and trees. A peaceful place to meander and enjoy the tranquility.

Thank Rutti
Reviewed 21 June 2017

We crossed Pulteney Bridge and walked towards Holborne Museum. Next to museum is the Sydney Garden. Walking away from the museum, take the left path which leads to a grey gate and the Kennet and Avon Canal. It is a delightful canal to walk. It...More

Thank Kim025Singapore
Reviewed 18 June 2017 via mobile

We stayed at the Bath Travelodge Waterside next to the Widcombe Basin and I enjoyed a couple if early morning walks on the tow path of the Kennet and Avon canal yo and past Sidney gardens. It is recognised walk lasting 2 miles, returning along...More

Thank Susan B
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Ros E
8 August 2017|
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Response from Susan B | Reviewed this property |
I did not park but walked along the tow path. I think the nearest car park could be the one by the famous bridge/ weir. Some on street parking but mainly used by residents as the houses were built without garages.
7 July 2016|
Response from ZaiF_61 | Reviewed this property |
Yes there is one in the Holbourne Museum that is on the Sydney Garden grounds. Well worth visiting the museum too. Will be glad to answer any other queries