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Valley Gardens

Cornwall Road | Harrogate, Harrogate HG1 2SZ, England
+44 1423 500600
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Well maintained gardens in central Harrogate

We were walking to the RHS Harlow Carr Garden and were pleasantly surprised and pleased with our... read more

Reviewed yesterday
wpwGlasgow
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Glasgow, Scotland
Beautiful gardens

These gardens are really beautiful, Grade II listed. There are some historic buildings in there... read more

Reviewed 2 days ago
LadySurfinRocker
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Kiveton Park, UK
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Valley Gardens is a beautiful Park in Low Harrogate, perfect for a relaxed stroll or for a family day out. It is an English Heritage Grade II Listed Garden covering 17 acres of formal gardens, leisure activities and woodland. Historical buildings and the semi-covered Colonades sit nestled amongst a wide variety of shrub, flower and herbaceous beds. The adventure play area is immensely popular especially during the summer season when the paddling pool is a refreshing way to cool down. There are a wide range of sporting activities to try during your visit including; tennis, crazy golf, table tennis, disc golf, pitch and putt as well as a skatepark. For music lovers, band concerts take place on Sunday afternoons throughout the summer.
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“tennis courts” (122 reviews)
“paddling pool” (131 reviews)
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Cornwall Road | Harrogate, Harrogate HG1 2SZ, England
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Reviewed yesterday

We were walking to the RHS Harlow Carr Garden and were pleasantly surprised and pleased with our planned walk there through the Valley Gardens - well maintained flower beds and grass areas, well used children activities and a place to keep fit as well as...More

Thank wpwGlasgow
Reviewed 2 days ago

These gardens are really beautiful, Grade II listed. There are some historic buildings in there alongside beautiful beds. Plenty on offer for the children and there are toilets as well. The gardens are planted with wildlife in mind and there is one garden in particular,...More

Thank LadySurfinRocker
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

When the rain stopped and the evening sun appeared we took a stroll through these lovely gardens sited in the centre of Harrowgate. They were laid out in the 18th century when Harrowgate was a much visited town for its spa and spring waters. There...More

Thank PeterBri
Reviewed 5 days ago via mobile

Really pretty & gentle walk through the interesting planted garden part leads you to a nice cafe then on to a seriously well equipped kids part. Popular place for dog walkers, and despite the signs saying dogs had to be on leads there were way...More

Thank Johnfcooper
Reviewed 1 week ago

Harrogate is a lovely town with much to see and admire. The Valley Gardens are beautifully maintained and always a highlight of our visit.

Thank worldtraveller635920
Reviewed 1 week ago

The Japanese garden is now complete! Although the planting is still very immature it will look great when it is settled. This was a very neglected part of the gardens and it is great to see it looking so good. The Dahlia border has been...More

Thank Abi C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The Valley Gardens are absolutely beautiful for walking round - and especially if one has dogs which can be let off at the top end to run free (if well behaved). The gardens are kept very well indeed and all the flower beds are so...More

Thank 996christinen
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Pleasantly surprised by these gardens. The colonnade was very impressive. Varied planting and themed areas. Direct access to the pine woods and then on to the RHS gardens at Harlow Carr.

Thank Alan D
Reviewed 1 week ago

Even though it is September there are so many beautiful beds to see whilst walking along winding pathways in the autumn sunshine. Great that cycles are not allowed so walking was lovely and relaxing. So many different plants to see giving gardeners a great insight...More

Thank Donnahousewife
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The gardens are beautifully maintained. There is a large variety of trees and a stunning array of floral displays. Plus ponds and specific mini gardens eg Japenese, a cafe, activity areas, and walks towards the Pinewoods. These are the most delightful gardens.

Thank Mark S
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Debbie B
31 May 2017|
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Response from Nadz A | Reviewed this property |
There are 2 entrance of the valley gardens you can park at the street out side but you need to be back within 2 hours , another option is you can park in town centre near harrogate library xx
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antojoa14
20 January 2017|
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Response from HarrogateParks | Property representative |
Valley drive. Harrogate
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meandhim2912
23 January 2015|
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Response from Abi C | Reviewed this property |
Dogs are supposed to be kept on a lead but nobody seems to adhere to this. Just like the no cycling, no scooters and no roller skating rule, it is broken all the time. I think the Portuguese guy was being sarcastic in his... More
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