I understand there is an entrance charge from Easter onwards of £1 (70p for children, seniors and concessions). We visited on a lovely sunny March day, the gardens were open and there was no charge, probably because there weren't a lot of flowers at this early time in the year. It is a lovely location having well manicured lawns, a path along a short stretch of the River Avon, several interesting sculptures, public toilets, lots of benches to sit on and a wonderful place to photograph the Abbey, Pulteney Bridge and Pulteney Weir.
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