Bath: Parks, Gardens & Boating

Sydney Gardens Bath

Sydney Gardens

Located at the end of Great Pulteney Street and designed in the 1790’s, the gardens are the only remaining 18th century pleasure garden. The Kennet & Avon canal seen here passes through the gardens

Alexandra Park Bath

Alexandra Park

On a hill overlooking the city, Alexandra Park opened in 1902, covers 11 acres and offers some of the best panoramic views of Bath. Named to honour Queen Alexandra, it was opened to commemorate...

Bath Boating Station

A unique, Victorian boating station with tea gardens and licensed restaurant. Traditional wooden skiffs, punts and canoes for hire by the hour or the day. In the boating season mid-week visitors are offered a free...

Avon Valley Country Park

A great day out in a beautiful river based park, Avon’s most exciting Adventure Play Area, Riverside walks with interesting Exotic Friendly Animals.  Families can adventure together too: climb aboard the punctual ‘Strawberry Line’...

Dyrham Park

8 miles N of bath on A46, 12 miles E of Bristol, 2 miles S of M4 junction 18.  Dyrham Park is a beautiful baroque country house set in 110 hectares (274 acres) of...

Prior Park Landscape Gardens Bath

Prior Park Landscape Garden

here are many interesting features, including the majestic Palladian bridge, one of only four in the world. The Wilderness Project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund, is the final phase of the restoration of...