Beautiful Parks of Bath

Walking around a beautiful park is something we all love to do from time to time. If you happen to be staying in Bath you’ll be able to make use of the many parks that can be found through-out the city. It doesn’t matter what the weather is doing, each of these parks will prove to be stunning and well worth the visit.

Royal Victoria Park

Sprawling over an incredible 57 acres, Royal Victoria Park is not to be missed. A part of this city since 1829 and named after Princess Victoria in 1830 this park really does have something for everyone. Once you have booked your Accommodation in Bathit will be time to start planning your trip here, and it must include this wonderful park. If you love peace and tranquillity this park is for you, but if you love the hustle and bustle of park life then you’re sure to love it here too. Feed the ducks, take a trip on the boating lake or visit the aviary.

It’s easy to please the young ones in Royal Victoria Park as there are a range of play areas suitable for children of all ages. What’s more is if you have a budding skateboard pro in your midst he or she will love the skateboard area and perhaps learn a few tricks while they’re here. If you want to explore all that this park has to offer, you may want to take two days out of your schedule as there is a lot on offer here.

Prior Park Landscape Garden

This park/garden is absolutely stunning and will be enjoyed by everyone. With incredible views over the wonderful city of Bath, you will have the chance to explore all that this park has to offer. As well as walking around the amazing gardens you can enjoy a stroll on the wood or even take a look at the local wildlife. There is an admission charge but the stunning views of the city and the quiet and peaceful garden will make it all very worthwhile. Make sure you bring your camera so you can have a reminder of your time in this wonderful park.

Henrietta Park

Henrietta Park is a much smaller park but it’s a tranquil one that will help you to get away from the bustle of busy city life. Spanning 7 acres this garden was opened in 1897 and has become much more than just another park. With a sensory garden anyone can enjoy the sweet smell of a wide range of flowers and shrubs. What’s more is The Garden for the Blind is not to be missed. It you want tranquillity and the chance to marvel at a wide range of roses, Wisteria and so much more, Henrietta Park is the place for you. Found at Henrietta Street, you can enjoy a calm stroll around these peaceful grounds that will wash your cares away.

Don’t forget to take a picnic with you!