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Hillfield Gardens

London Road,Gloucester GL1 3LD, Gloucester, England
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Tucked away along London Road!

Stayed at The Edward Hotel and just up the road near where the buses was this delightful small... read more

Reviewed 4 May 2017
Greater London, United Kingdom
Tranquil oasis in Kingsholm

I frequently walk through or past the gardens here, and there is something beautiful going on... read more

Reviewed 10 November 2016
Kainantu, Papua New Guinea
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4 May 2017
“Tucked away along London Road!”
10 Nov 2016
“Tranquil oasis in Kingsholm”
London Road,Gloucester GL1 3LD, Gloucester, England
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Reviewed 4 May 2017

Stayed at The Edward Hotel and just up the road near where the buses was this delightful small park, with a couple of artefacts housed in its grounds. Opposite is Hillfield House, which is now a private home, so not accessible. There was also a...More

Thank wevvap
Reviewed 10 November 2016

I frequently walk through or past the gardens here, and there is something beautiful going on during every season of the year as different flowers come in and out of bloom, and in autumn as a whole variety of different trees turn to shades of...More

Thank Diplocaulobium
Reviewed 23 August 2016

These gardens are in my local city. I have spent many hours in here. It is so peaceful. and kept very tidy. A lovely place to take small children ideal for a picnic

Thank Sandra N
Reviewed 24 July 2016

This is very close to where I live. We regularly go here, to be fair I am reluctant to review it, in case it attracts more visitors, as it is a lovely quiet place for most of the time, a bit of calm from the...More

Thank seanpearce78
Reviewed 26 July 2015

Set in a small park.Hillfield Gardens has many points of interests that are worth checking out.You have the 12th century Leper chapel,Scriven's Conduit and the King's Board.I liked all 3 buildings.The Leper Chapel has an information board outside.It was very pleasant to walk around the...More

Thank Marco_Num1
Reviewed 4 November 2014

Once the grounds of a grand house, these pleasant gardens lie alongside the old Ermin Street Roman Road into the City. Contains chancel of a 12th century leper chapel, Scrivens Conduit and the King's Board. Popular for workers eating their lunchtime sandwiches in summer.

1  Thank neilandanita
Reviewed 6 December 2013

Not had the opportunity to visit the Gardens for many years and could not resist the opportunity to wander around this secluded Gloucester gem when passing it by chance. Delighted to know there is such strong feeling to preserve its history and thanks to the...More

1  Thank IJS251
Reviewed 10 October 2013

A lovely peaceful spot close to the city. No entry fee so free for all to enjoy!Gardeners have worked hard to plant interesting things and easy paths to follow or for children to roll down gentle hills and fun to play safe game of hide...More

2  Thank AJ B
Reviewed 21 February 2013

I love visiting these gardens; they have glorious surroundings to visit and there is plenty of fun for the children to make themselves there just climbing and explorng around. It has plenty of seating areas and lovely plants and flowers to see. It really is...More

1  Thank Sara_Darren
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