One of the earliest public parks in the country, Royal Victoria Park is a great place for a picnic or a gentle stroll once you’re done gawping at nearby Royal Crescent. Fifty-seven acres of well-kept public land include an aviary, a boating pond and a bird garden, plus a superb children’s play area and a skate park that is a major attraction for local families. On the first weekend in July, the park hosts the two-day Bath Food and Drink Festival, a showcase for local and regional produce.
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