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This appears to be a public park, but you have to pay 2 pounds to enter. The gardens are lovely, and there's some excellent sculptures. A very nice place to enjoy lunch or a picnic. The views of the weir and bridge are great.
As a disabled gentleman who uses an electric wheel chair I was disappointed to find that I was unable to obtain any drinking water other than paying inflated prices for bottled water
This is a poor introduction to the historic and beautiful city of Bath...More
I understand that parks need upkeep, however this is normally taken care of by the council using ratepayer money in order to provide amenities for residents and tourists who bring in money that creates jobs at shops, tourist attractions, etc. To be charged a fee...More
The gardens are well kept I guess it’s because it does cost 1.50 pound to enter. With your ticket you can enter and exit throughout the day if you want to. Be mindful if you need to use the toilet you have to pay, it’s...More
It says it doesn’t allow dogs but there’s rarely anyone there to say you’re not allowed too. If you still don’t fancy risking it, there’s a walk way on the opposite side of the river which allows dogs.