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Jephson Gardens is a beautiful formal Victorian park in the centre of Leamington Spa. It's the perfect place for a relaxing stroll or family picnic. Lots of colourful flowerbeds and interesting sculptures make for a great day out. Things to do...more
All reviews sensory garden flower beds feed the ducks the river beautiful park glass house flower displays hot house tropical plants water features lovely garden watch the world an ice cream duck pond plenty of seats centre of town lovely walk
Visited the gardens with a friend in the afternoon of June 6th, didn’t expect to find this beautiful place in the centre of a busy town - lovely place for a stroll, quite big as well. Would especially recommend the Glasshouse, some really beautiful and...More
These gardens are part of ribbon of green and pleasant areas that run through Warwick and Leamington. This area is excellently cultivated and maintained with a large duck pond, riverbank, cafe plus winding walkways dotted with interesting monuments and sculptures. Very well worth a couple...More
These delightful gardens are a tranquil retreat in the centre of Leamington Spa. Flanked by Newbold Terrace on one side and the river Leam on one other, they've enjoyed the benefit of lottery funding and it shows. There are gardens within gardens, my favourite being...More
Beautiful garden....with serene pond and fountains. Get some bird food and feed the pigeons and the ducks. Best way to enjoy nature and connect with the wildlife. It is magical as it unwinds your stressed mind !
Set in the centre of Leamington Spa with beautiful gardens, tropical glasshouse, fountains, short riverside walk and a small café. A pedestrian footbridge over the river leads to a children's playground and boat hire.
Two criticisms. Firstly, despite the notices some people still insist on...More
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They were named in honour of Dr Henry Jephson, a famous doctor who had promoted the town as a spa. They were laid out between 1831 and 1846. The gardens began as farmland which belonged to Edward Willes, a member of the... More
They were named in honour of Dr Henry Jephson, a famous doctor who had promoted the town as a spa. They were laid out between 1831 and 1846. The gardens began as farmland which belonged to Edward Willes, a member of the family who played an important part in the shaping Leamington.