Formally opened in 1830, Royal Victoria Park was named after the young princess who was visiting Bath at the time. Originally laid out as an arboretum, Victoria Park still contains some beautiful mature trees. In addition you will find unusual bedding displays, tennis courts, statues and ornaments, a botanical garden, bowling green, golf courses, an aviary, woodland dell and the largest free adventure playground in the area. The park is also used throughout the year for many of the city's festivals and musical events including Opening Night and the Childrens Art Festival.
Attractions & Landmarks, Parks, Gardens & Cemeteries, Sports and the Outdoors
- Nearest Train: Bath Spa