The botanical gardens if you could call it that looks like it's in need of some tlc. Not the best garden I've ever visited
About Botanical Gardens at Victoria Park
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We had a little trouble finding the gardens, yomping across Victoria Park as we were, but gladly stumbled across the botanic gardens and were delighted that entry was free. It's small but lots to look at, sensitively landscaped and heaving with really brave squirrels who...More
I love plants and gardens and looked forward to the botanic gardens as promised by the map....rose garden, rockery, ponds......and then I walked in. There is a wonderful structure in this garden with some fascinating trees and shrubs but the beds were neglected and becoming...More
We walked through the gardens on Sunday afternoon it was beautiful and quiet ,as we got down towards town we stopped and listened to the salvation army playing in the bandstand it was very relaxing.
This is a wonderful place to visit if you've never seen the greener side to Bath before. It is just a lot of shrubs, trees, and flowers, but for somebody who is green, this is definitely one of my favourite places to visit. Very peaceful...More
When visiting all the lovely buildings take time to stroll to nearby Victoria Park and head for the Botanical Gardens lovely setting,peaceful,beautiful plants ,plenty of benches to take some time out and relax in nice surroundings.
The gardens have been revamped and improved. The herbaceous border is lovely now, and there are squirrels and a variety of birds in the gardens. There are seats all around the paths, and it's a real treat in the busy city to sit and relax...More
While we were in the area of the Royal Crescent we decided to walk through the Botanical Gardens. A nice way to get some peace and quiet, sit on a bench and rest in a serene setting.