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Georgian Garden, The

Photograph © Bath Museums Service
A re-created Georgian town garden, designed after archaeological work by the Bath Archaeological Trust. The original garden was made in the 1760s.

Gravel Walk, Bath, Somerset, England

May to October. Monday to Friday, except Bank Holiday Mondays. Open 9am to 4.30pm.

Entrance free

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  • almost 7 years by Marian Boswall 2 / 5

    Free entry and worth putting your head around the garden door if you are walking up Jane Austen's 'Gravel Walk'. The garden helps fill in the picture of what the Georgian town would have looked like, rather as the Georgian museum shows how the facades would have been before the whole Royal Crescent changed their windows to full length. Not to be visited on creative or inspirational merits alone however.

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