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Bath is the largest city in the ceremonial county of Somerset, England, known for its Roman-built baths. In 2011, the population was 88,859. Bath is in the valley of the River Avon, 97 miles (156 km) west of London and 11 miles (18 km) south-east of Bristol. The city became a World Heritage Site in 1987.
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Nice wee spot to relax and listen to the band in the bandstand. Downside: £2 entrance charge and toilets aren’t free once you’re in.
Pleasant area to sit and relax. Little tea place. Band playing
Everything they said would be there was not there had to pay for parking an we paid to get in then left as the kids were so bored as it was ment to be a kids day so we took them to the park which was free an t hey had so much fun not happy with what they advertised
Excellent park with beautiful views. I had a very pleasant time there.
Parade Gardens is a delight sitting on the bank of the River Avon right in the centre of the city of Bath. Set just downstream from the historic Pulteney Bridge the gardens are set down from street level. There are lawns, gardens, trees and statuary as well as deck chairs and a delightful shop offering the usual range of teas, coffee, soft drinks and snacks: there are also public toilets which is always useful to know in a city centre. There is a bandstand too which offers a programme of concerts during the summer. One of the highlights which is best seen from street level is the annual display of plants set up by Beth's Parks and Gardens Department to showcase their skills with a focal point of a floral statue of local significance, one year a tribute to Jane Austen another year it was to Bath Rugby whose home ground is the legendary Recreation Ground on the opposite bank of the River.
Really recommend. Worth the £1.50 charge in my opinion, particularly on a sunny day. Means that you are in some beautiful gardens next to the weir that are not over crowded. Grab a picnic and head on down!
Used to be a lovely place to spend time. After losing funding, management have gotten desperate with monetization selling tat at the gate and getting aggressive with locals who are exempt from paying the entrance fee. Not long until everyone has to pay and the park will be empty.
It is a really big garden and it has lots of interesting things like a good history loads of sculptures and it's close to the main part of bath it also has a really good view of the river and a pet grave yard. So overall I think it is a really good place to visit if you have come to bath for vacation and is fun and deffenitley worth checking out. Also for people who play Pokémon Go I used to and it had loads and loads of love water Pokémon. It is also very close to the tour bus stop and is really green. I recommend going there in the morning at around 9 o'clock to 11 o'clock because it is not crowded and you can enjoy it there.
Visited the gardens had a fabulous day. Plenty of flowers. We'll definitely visit again.
Parade Gardens is a quintessentially Georgian artifice in the middle of Bath - set by the river it's rather beautiful - andfree to get in - and a really nice space to wander around in to get away from the busy hubbub of the city centre.
Free to residents (with ID) but a bit of a rip off if you're visiting. Nice for a quiet cuppa.
Nice little garden with some lovely flowers. It's fairly quiet as you have to pay to get in (£1.50 I think). There is a little cafe in the grounds as well.
A beautiful small garden. Parade Gardens is a nice place to spend time with family. There is a small entrance fee, though.
I was in Bath and had some time to spare so as the Parade Gardens are free out of season I had a wander around them. There is a lovely view of Pulteny Bridge and the river. In the summer months there is a charge to enter the gardens and the award winning floral display is excellent.
A really nice public park in the centre of Bath with a nice walk along the bank of the River Avon. The park/gardens are well maintained and there are a couple of nice scupltures located around the green space. The park/gardens has quite a few benches where you can sit down and relax and take in the nice views of the Bath Abbey or the river. There is also a paid public toilet on site. The only reason it doesn't a full 5 stars is because you have to pay to get in during the Summer which is a shame and there aren't many places available in the city centre. Bath City Council should stop being so greedy and let people have some green space!