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Parks in Bath
Parks in Bath 

Bath has a total of  twelve parks, the biggest one is Royal Victoria Parks which runs below the royal Crescent and Brock Street.  The oldest park in Bath is sydney gardens and must be seen on a warm summers day. If you are in the centre of BAth then take some time out and take a strol through Henritta park, there you will find a beautiful peasfull garden which was build in memory ogf King George V.  All the parks listed here are worth a visit  no matter what season, spring, for the bloom, summer for the flowers, autumn for the leaves and winter because its good to take a walk out on a cold day. Enjoy the parks in Bath. Please leave a review and let us know what your favourite park was.

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Alexandra Park

Has fantastic panoramic view of Bath. Learn More

Alice Park

Alice Park Bath is at the other end of Bath. Learn More

Botanical Gardens

The Botanical Garden is located within Victoria Park. Learn More

Georgian Garden

Accessed  via an entrance to the rear of the Circus. Learn More

Green Park

This is a small park area that backs on to the river. Learn More

Hedgemead Park

This park was built to replace a collapsed crescent. Learn More

Henrietta Park

A five minute walk from  Pulteney Bridge. Learn More

Linear Way Park

Originally the Somerset and Dorset Railway. Learn More

Parade Gardens

Parade Gardens are just across the road from the Bath Abbey. Learn More
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