Gardens and parks in Bath and Bristol
Escape the city for days filled with walks and far-reaching views at the gardens and parks we care for around Bath and Bristol.
Dyrham Park’s 17th-century inspired West Garden, ponds and perry orchard are filled with seasonal interest and great places to spot nature.
The garden at Tyntesfield is an ever-changing landscape, home to beautiful borders, ancient trees and tasty produce that's used daily in the Cow Barn restaurant.
There are all sorts of architecture and wildlife to be discovered at Prior Park, from bridges to a restored Edwardian summerhouse and kingfishers around the lakes.
The garden is arranged as a series of 'rooms', each with an individual character. The garden is open all year so you can explore every season. With herbaceous borders, topiary and an orchard it’s an ideal place to relax.
Lacock Abbey's peaceful garden is a place to relax. Discover the Botanic Garden, greenhouse, orchard and woodland along with the sounds of nature at this green natural setting.
Discover other places to explore and get outside in the fresh air.
The garden and parkland are an ideal place to get outdoors in nature. The area also provides the diverse habitat for a variety of creatures and birdlife.
The 270-acre parkland at Dyrham is a great place to explore the outdoors and enjoy a walk, whatever the time of year.
Enjoy panoramic countryside views, vast woodland, heritage trees and rolling parkland on the Tyntesfield estate – a diverse area that contrasts designed landscape with wild areas.