Bath’s Natural Attractions

There’s no question that Bath has some of the most impressive architecture in the world. But that’s not all that the City of Bath is known for. You don’t have to go far to enjoy Bath’s natural attractions, of which there are many.

To help you with your planning during your stay in Autumn, this guide will show you some of the most notable natural attractions found throughout Bath.

Royal Victoria Park

Dating back to 1830, the Royal Victoria Park offers a historical stroll through Bath. The towering trees that surround the park are matched in beauty only by the lush botanical gardens. Animals and plants alike bring the Royal Victorian Park to life, making this natural destination a must-see for children.

If you’re looking for something to do that is both relaxing and compelling, the Royal Victoria Park will certainly fulfil your wishes. Once the trees change colour in Autumn, you will experience an unforgettable breath-taking visual.

Little Solsbury Hill

It is here at Little Solsbury Hill that historical experts believe King Arthur won the Battle of Mt. Badon. You can view Bath in all its glory from this range. And in the Autumn months, the cool air makes it feel like time stands still.

You will feel like a part of ancient history once you reach the top, making the long trek up Little Solsbury Hill worth the effort.

Prior Park Landscape Gardens

From every corner of Prior Park Landscape Gardens, you get sweeping views that give you a true sense of Bath’s size and scope. These gardens date back to the 18th century, providing stunning architecture and elaborate landscapes.

You’ll want to stop by the Palladian Bridge that stretches over a calm, scenic lake. The climb to get to the top of the gardens may prove challenging to some. So if you just want to relax during your trip here, be sure to hop on the bus route that takes you up top.

Parade Gardens

Built in the 1930s, Parade Gardens are situated in the heart of the city centre. But the calming atmosphere shuts out the rest of the world around you to provide a truly relaxing experience in Bath. In Autumn, the cool air and vibrant gardens deliver beauty and wonder that make Bath the incredible destination it is.

If you want to break free from the hustle and bustle during a busy day of shopping in Bath, be sure to stop by Parade Gardens.

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