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Bathscape Area Boundary

The Bathscape scheme area covers a hundred and one square kilometres, centred on the historic city of Bath and encompassing…

Bath Union Workhouse Burial Ground

The last resting place of over 3000 people who died in poverty

St Catherine’s Valley

A valley of serene character

Royal Victoria Park

This huge park provides a varied green space close to the city centre

Twerton Roundhill

Wildflower-rich hilltop

Hedgemead Park

Steep Pleasure Grounds first opened in 1889, an easy walk from Walcot Street

Limpley Stoke Valley

Valley carved by River Avon

Little Solsbury Hill

Rich in history and wildllife

River Avon

A defining feature of Bath

Prospect Stile

Viewpoint over the countryside

Bathwick Fields

A 15-30 minute walk will bring you up from the city centre to this classic view

Smallcombe Cemetery

Enchanting valley setting

Henrietta Park

A peaceful sanctuary from work or shopping, a couple of minutes from Pulteney Bridge

Lyncombe Hill Fields

10 acres of pasture, a short walk from the city centre

Two Tunnels Path

Shared walking & cycling path

Little Down Fort

A key archaeological site

Kensington Meadows

A large area for recreation and a riverside walk between London Road and the River Avon


An earthwork from the dark ages

South Stoke Millenium Viewpoint

Views over south Bathscape

Sham Castle

A sham castle eyecatcher

Somersetshire Coal Canal

A derelict 19th century canal

Royal Crescent

Famous Georgian Architecture

Sydney Gardens

Bath’s most historic park

Bathampton Down

Hilltop grassland

Kennet & Avon Canal

A beautiful waterway

Kelston Roundhill

Iconic ancient hill

Beechen Cliff & Alexandra Park

Steep wooded city backdrop

Beckford’s Tower

A historic gem on the Bathscape

Brown's Folly

Ancient woods and rural views

Charlcombe Valley

Intimate valley with church

Chilcombe Bottom

Quiet valley with stream & ponds

Charmy Down

Derelict 1940s airfield

Bristol & Bath Railway Path

Shared walking/cycling path

Three Shires Stones

Victorian folly boundary marker

Claverton Pumping Station

19th century canal pump

Prior Park Landscape Garden

18th-century landscape garden

The Tumps

An urban woodland

Parade Gardens

Grade II listed park in the heart of Bath

Cleveland Pools

A 200 year old Georgian lido

Cotswold Way

100 mile national trail

Culverhay Castle

13th century earthwork remains

Dundas Aqueduct

Beautiful historic aqueduct, cycle or walk from Bathampton


Hill top common land

Roman Baths

Roman historical attraction

Bath Abbey

Great medieval cathedral

Bath City Farm

37 acre city farm

Bathampton Meadows and Riverside

Riverside fields and path