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All reviews deck chairs pulteney bridge entrance fee flower beds band stand small fee pet cemetery alongside the river floral displays gardens are beautiful public toilets picnic lunch sunny day street level city centre per adult few hours
When we come to bath, and we have been many times. We always take time to walk through Parade Gardens. Always a pleasure to just stroll round and have a gander at the plants, and the Rver. I stiil do not know why they have...More
I went here for the Bath Christian Festival in July where this attraction was open free of charge (normally there is a charge).
It's a well kept garden by the river with tea shop. On this occasion there was great music too,
So we didn't enter, but they're well kept and you can see why some are prepared to pay. They can still be enjoyed by looking down into them. Bath has loads of lovely free parks so not sure why this one has a charge.
the small fee you pay to see the gardens helps towards it up keep I really enjoyed looking round I liked the owl arrangement that was in the gardens it was good how they had done it but the colour scheme is good well worth...More
Enjoyed our visit here, very relaxing, well kept, small fee to go in but worth it. We had afternoon tea from the cafe' shop which was delightful.Strolled along the river and amongst the flowerbeds, there is also a band stand to which they have wedding...More
Take an ice cream and walk for few minutes, if you lucky find a shady spot a have a snooze in one of the chair provided to the visitors. Now mind on who you talking too, I saw few little things happen there which should...More