Royal Victoria Park (Somerset)

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    The Royal Victoria Park is a municipal park in central Bath which stretches over 57 acres.

    Overlooked by the Royal Crescent, the Park was opened in 1830 and named after the then Princess Victoria who went on to become Queen.

    Although initially in private hands, Victoria Park was opened to the public in 1921. It contains a magnificent collection of trees as well as colourful planting, bird aviary, a duck pond, tennis courts, bowling green, adventure playground and a 12 and 18 hole golf course.

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