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All reviewsholburne museumkennet and avon canalpleasure gardensride your bikepleasant place to strollnice walk through the parkgreen oasisgreen spaceend of great pulteney streetpublic toiletssunny daycity centrejane austenvictoria parkworth a visitrailwaytrees
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Sun was shining on the morning we walked around the gardens. Nice canal running threw. No entry fee so was nice to spend an hour out away from all of the other attractions you need to pay to go in.

Thank kmyb607
Reviewed 1 week ago

We walked there from the center of town, it's a nice walk, about 30 minutes. The park itself was lovely, calm and quieter than the bustling town. We saw some train spotters, who were hanging about at the rails, with very sophisticated cameras. We saw...More

Thank Liat0001
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Stopped here as part of the carnival, lots of bands on had a great afternoon in the sun listening to music. Park was great lots of space and quite peaceful I imagine when the bands aren’t on

Thank Barbs25
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Useful space to take the kids on the weekends when we're in Bath. Holbourne Museum has a good cafe nearby and the park has several tennis courts. Beautiful bridges over the canal

Thank sim0nbeattie
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

the best thing about the gardens is their history - this used to be the Vauxhall Pleasure Gardens of Bath. And the canal runs through the gardens, so go for a stroll along there

Thank ordinarypunter2015
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This is a really good park. Lots of surprising areas as you walk about. Slightly outside the main tourist areas, but worth the detour.

Thank Philip Williams W
Reviewed 16 August 2018

How often do you find a park in the middle of the city which gives everyone something. History can be found along the canal or you can play tennis for free or ride your bike or walk your dog. Something for everyone.

Thank pops1940
Reviewed 6 August 2018

Picnic, cheeky bottle of fiz and the blazing sun. Amazing way to spend an afternoon. Lovely place...

Thank timtammaloy
Reviewed 25 July 2018

Visited by chance whilst visiting the Holbourne Museum closeby. Very serena and calm - less crowds. Well manicured and worth a visit.

Thank Jvalant
Reviewed 19 July 2018

We found this little oasis on our way from Great Poulteney Street to the Avon and Kennet canal, with the Holbourne Museum and beautiful landscaping this a peaceful location in the city

Thank LondonTraceyjeff
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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