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Royal Victoria Park

Bath, England
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Opened in 1830, Royal Victoria Park is a visual delight with shady tree-lined avenues and towering mature trees encompassing botanical and woodland gardens.
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  • Very good35%
  • Average4%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible1%
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1 - 10 of 848 reviews

Reviewed yesterday

Open space, planted beds, bandstand with musicians what's not to like. A lovely respite during our wandering around the quaint town of Bath. Brava to Queen Victoria who, as a Princess at age 11, officially opened it in 1830!!

Thank Amy C
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

Amazing holiday, with prestine beaches and lovely people. Would highly recommend! Need at least 2 weeks to see all the sights and take part on the available activities.

Thank Betty122
Reviewed 6 days ago

Royal Victoria Park is a really large park with lots of walking paths. Some of it is landscaped and well maintained. Some is wild (I guess, or poorly maintained). There is a band/fairgrounds area and a large playground for children. This is not so much...More

Thank LandoCotton
Reviewed 1 week ago

nice park , well kept and really good on a sunny day , big play area for kids ,live music through the year ,

Thank antonio2706
Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful park with botanical gardens and a children's playground, which we really needed after a long day in Bath and a slightly cranky child. The park is humongous though, way bigger to walk through than it appeared to be on a map

Thank kunfushuss
Reviewed 1 week ago

this park is so nice to come and kick back, lay down and forget all worries, with this park being monitored and alcohol free, its the perfect place for family and none disturbing peace and quiet with a beautiful flowers and trees around

Thank Pall Æ
Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely park very close to Bath city centre. The play park is amazing. Also has BBQ area, tree top walk, duck pond, obelisk, crazy golf and gardens. It was the first park named after Queen Victoria and she opened the park when she was a...More

Thank clairehirst
Reviewed 1 week ago

Very relaxing calm place with outstanding views. A place to enjoy and stop and contemplate before exploring the rest of Bath.

Thank Sandsoftime1948
Reviewed 1 week ago

here is not only a place for small kids its also a lovely family experience walking around the botanical gardens and feeding the squireals

Thank nannychris57
Reviewed 1 week ago

Big, beautiful park with good playground for children, and lots of space for picnics, plus lovely botanical gardens with friendly birds and squirrels.

Thank Jo M
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30 June 2017|
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Response from smsdes | Reviewed this property |
We were lucky enough to stay just steps from the park. so very easy walk. Not sure about the buses, , we were with a tour, so we used their transportation, But Bath has a pretty easy to walk layout. It is a Truly interesting... More
Joanna P
29 September 2016|
Response from Ken R |
There is parking on the road in the park or the Charlotte Street car park is right next door and is huge