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Prior Park Landscape Garden

55 locals recommend · Estimated price 2 out of 4 ·

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Sophie
Sophie
February 22, 2020
A beautiful part of Bath to discover, lovely grounds below leading Prior Park house which is a large Georgian mansion (a school which you cannot visit but the outside is lovely to see as a prime example of Georgian architecture). It overlooks Bath, with a lake and Palladian bride at the bottom…
Jenny
Jenny
January 20, 2020
National Trust owned landscape garden with views over Bath. Includes refreshment shed and seating and one of four Palladian Bridges in the world. About 20 minutes walk from the annexe.
Sarah
Sarah
November 21, 2019
Escape from the heavily-trodden tourist routes and visit the Prior Park Landscape Gardens. Walk to the back entrance of the gardens takes about 10 min, you'll thank this recommendation once you're there. Spectacular views of the valley with the city in the background. Hint: Go see the grafitti on…
Sarah
Sarah
October 23, 2019
These beautiful gardens are a short walk from your accommodation.
Izzy
Izzy
October 8, 2019
Perfect for relaxing, daydreaming, enjoying the colors of nature and admiring the views of the glorious Bath! The Palladian Bridge is an architectural masterpiece - built in 1755, it will make you feel like you are a part of a novel.

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Location
Bath, England BA2 5AH
Phone+44 1225 833977
Hours of Operation statusClosed · Opens 10:00 AM