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Reconstructed after archeological investigation to emulate a late 18th century townhouse garden. Plaques explain. Free to enter. Small but worth stopping along the back side of the Circus, on the Gravel Walk, where you also see that the facade of the Circus was uniform but...More
A small, recreation of garden from the 18th century behind the town houses of the Circus and Royal Crescent area. It is tucked away from the tour groups along the gravel walk that leads from the park in front of the Royal Crescent. It is...More
There is an alley almost across from the Austin Museum that goes toward the Royal Crescent. Most of the way up the alley is the back garden of a Georgian House.Small sign. Very pleasant. Nice unique bench. Lots of plants and trees.
We walked from Queen Square towards the Royal Crescent along the Gravel Walk, the route that the gentry living in the Crescent in Georgian times would have taken into town. We came across the Georgian Garden on our right, a place we had not known...More
In Gravel Walk behind the Circus and Brock Street this small but authentic garden recreates a Georgian garden. A little well worn in places but one of the few places you can see a town garden pre lawn mower. It is not a long visit...More
We were walking along The Gravel Walk when we noticed a couple of steps to a garden open to the public. Even in winter, it was a charming place to be, and I'm sure will be lovely when the flowers come out. Box shapes were...More
As you walk from the long stay car park in Charlotte Street along the Gravel Path to the Royal Crescent, stop by at the Georgian Garden which is the garden to one of the houses in the Circus and so gives you an insight into...More