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Prior Park Landscape Garden, Bath, Bath

Prior Park Landscape Garden
Ralph Allen Drive
Combe Down

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A beautiful and intimate 18th century landscape garden created by local entrepreneur Ralph Allen with advice from Alexander Pope and 'Capability' Brown, and set in a sweeping valley with magnificent views of the city of Bath. Features include a Palladian Bridge, one of only four in the world, and three lakes. The restoration of the Wilderness Area is continuing. Annual events programme, including guided walks and family fun days.

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Months Open: All year round (closed every Tues, 25, 26 Dec & 1 Jan)
1 Feb - 29 Nov 11 - 5.30
3 Dec - 31 Jan 11 - dusk
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes
Discount for Groups: Yes
Admission Price: Adult: £4; Child: £2
Catering: Cold drinks - picnics welcome

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