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When you are looking for somewhere that is free, and will keep children happy & occupied for some time, I don't think you can beat the play park in Victoria Gardens. It has plenty of room to run around, loads of things for children, and...More
The Victoria Park is in a raised position above the town centre affording fine views of the city and surrounding hillsides. Very close to the Royal Crescent it is easy to access and is large, with paved and grass walkways, a fenced Botanical Garden in...More
Royal Victoria gardens was built to honour Queen Victoria. The gardens are beautiful. Everything is there. Crazy golf, bandstand, children's playground and bowling greens.
Staff work very hard on the garden displays .
Spend time walking through the park. The botanic gardens are worth a visit in there. See the famous Royal crescent near by or have fun in the crazy golf course near the entrance to the park. For the children a fantastic play park with a...More
We visited in February and wished we had been there by summer!
Still liked it, beautifully laid and very close to the Bath Street. We spent some time on the garden and would love to go back during summer.
A lovely park to visit and have a good stroll through. It's large with a variety of different areas including, a large play ground, a botanical garden and a duck pond. There's often different events going on in the park such as fairs, open air...More
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
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 the park. Enjoy!