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Opened in 1830, Royal Victoria Park is a visual delight with shady tree-lined avenues and towering mature trees encompassing botanical and woodland gardens.
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Bath, England
+44 7496 053136
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Reviewed yesterday

This is not a large park, but a lovely respite from the bustle of the tourist areas. As it's right next to the Royal Crescent, it's a nice alternate route back to the town center.

Thank AandMRay
Reviewed 2 days ago

Good to walk through - the hustle and bustle of the city is somehow diminished here - so it has a gentle atmosphere.

Thank StephenRForster
Reviewed 1 week ago

Although a pleasant place for the locals to rest and relax it provides a brief moment of joy for the visitior just to pause at the overlook and see the Bath city skyline. There are visual aids on site to help you know just what...More

Thank umcpastor
Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited here to see the Royal crescent. We didn't know they were private residences, but walked around the park to get a good view of this beautiful building and enjoyed the park a little bit. Lots of people relaxing in the park but it...More

Thank Julia C
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

Beautiful park just in front of the crescent. You can make a break when visiting the area. Not too crowded

Thank lilie4561
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a free activity. Since you are probably already walking around Bath, it is a great time to slow down a little and enjoy a pleasant walk in beautiful surroundings.

Thank DebraAnn55
Reviewed 1 week ago

This is a beautiful well cared for park, named after a wonderful, inspiring Monarch, even though she was young at the time. It's only downfall is the road that goes through it.

Thank MitchMitch52
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

I am so sad I decide to go to the park 1 hour and half before I have to take my bus. Because this park is so lovely and beautiful I would have love to see more, the botanical garden is massive and I wish...More

Thank Farrah H
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Went on a day trip to Bath with two teenage boys. Victoria Park itself is an excellent city park, well worth walking around.The mini golf course is good and nicely laid out. We played on a mid day afternoon in August, so the course was...More

Thank paul c
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

A lovely park with well thoiuggt out amusements for toddlers to preteens. The arewa are seperated sp older children are not bumping into tiny kids. There are football pitches and when they get board there is aways the beach ( pebbly ) or the trees...More

Thank Daviddentman
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Jayne D
12 April 2018|
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Response from lynetteandcocopops | Reviewed this property |
You can actually park in the park! first hour is free.
14 February 2018|
Response from Tamsyn H | Reviewed this property |
You could park in the Lansdown park and ride and tell the driver you’d like to go to Victoria Park. They’ll probably drop you off on Milsom Street then it’s just a 10 minute walk (beautiful one past the royal crescent) to... More
Charlotte S
3 August 2017|
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Response from Rutti | Reviewed this property |
There are areas of the Park where dogs are allowed, and other areas where they are not. They are not permitted in the children's play area. For the gardens and most areas they need to be on a lead. In the two fields they can... More