There has been a recognised pleasure grounds here since 1709.  Just across the road from Bath Abbey and the Roman Baths, it occupies two and a half acres along the riverside.  The perfect place to take a break from the city centre and to view Pulteney Bridge.  You can find out more about the history of the gardens by downloading the leaflet. Or visit the website to check opening times and facilities.

Whilst it was original for subscribers only, it has been owned and managed by the council since the 1930s. It is famous for its well kept flower beds and three dimensional flower displays. Stop here for a picnic before exploring the Kennet & Avon Canal.

Closest car park: Manvers Street