Bath Parade Gardens

Located in the delightfully named Orange Grove in Bath, the Parade Gardens are a must-visit place for anyone who loves to go somewhere quiet for a stroll or sit on a bench as they watch the world go by.

If you want to get away from the busy city centre then this is the place to be. Found below the Pulteny Bridge these well-kept beautiful gardens and the delightful sculptures can help anyone to relax. Although there’s a small charge to get in, it’s well worth the visit.

In 1933 and 1934, the gardens were laid out and they’ve been an integral part of the city ever since. The gardens are usually pretty quiet, no matter what time of the year you visit. Even in the height of summer they don’t get very busy. This means the parade gardens are great for privacy if you want it and they’re located quite close to the centre of the city. If you’ve had a busy day shopping, leave your bags behind at the Bath bed and breakfast, grab a couple of pounds each for the entrance fee and come and enjoy all that the gardens have to offer.