Founded in 1840, the Botanical Gardens of Bath is a 9-acre section of Royal Victoria Park dedicated to flora and fauna. It is beautiful all year round, but particularly so in spring and autumn, when there are Cherry Blossoms, Bluebells, Daffodils, and lovely hues of red and yellow.
The main section features a rock garden, roses, a scented walkway and a hidden tree sculpture, as well as a temple to the goddess Minerva that’s surrounded by a stream, and pond framed by pink petals.
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