I moved to Bath about 3 years ago, and saw pictures of Prior park everywhere. So it was top of my list of things to do.
After a HUGE trek up the hill we eventually found it. (The signposting was very poor!) We paid the entrance fee and listened to a short presentation which pushed you to buy the souvenir guidebook before you had even gone in.
I had a walk around the gardens following the suggested route and there was a beautiful big house looking over the park with lakes, streams, trees, a stunning bridge and wildlife.
Even though the weather was horrid it still looked so perfect.
There's a lot of history involved with in the park too. Like the world war bunker.
A perfect day out. Defiantly recommend!
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