The Botanical Gardens can be found on the north side of Victoria Park . The gardens were formed in 1887 and house a huge ... More
Botanical Gardens at Victoria Park
The Botanical Gardens can be found on the north side of Victoria Park . The gardens were formed in 1887 and house a huge array of plants over nine acres of land. The gardens include what is believed to be the largest collection of plants on limestone in the West Country, a scented walk, old shrub roses and a fine herbaceous border, along with many unusual examples of trees and shrubs. Within the garden a replica of a Roman Temple can also be found. This was originally part of the city's exhibit at the British Empire Exhibition at Wembley in 1924.
Situated directly behind the Holbourne Museum in Bathwick, these formal city gardens are ideally placed for a stroll before heading
back into the city center. Imaginative flower beds and gracious trees line the walkways and access to the canal ...
The view of Pulteney Bridge with its three classical arches spanning the width of the Avon just above Pulteney Weir
is synonymous with Bath. Designed in the Palladian style by Robert Adam for landowner Frances Pulteney, the bridge, built ...
Easily found, this is a hotel that appeals to those looking for economically priced accommodation within walking distance of all
the amenities the city has to offer. Both the Royal Crescent and Victoria Park are within walking distance and ...
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