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Sydney Gardens is the oldest pleasure garden in England, laid out in 1790 at the end of Great Pultney Street.
Sydney Gardens is the oldest pleasure garden in England, laid out in 1790 at the end of Great Pultney Street. It was frequented by Jane Austen who lived directly across the road for some time.
Bath, United Kingdom
The Holburne Museum in the Sydney Pleasure Gardens displays a collection of fine and decorative arts built around the bequest of Sir William Holburne to the city
The Great Pulteney Street is a 100 feet wide quintessentially Georgian boulevard connecting Bathwick and Sydney Gardens on the east of the Avon River with the City of Bath via Pulteney Bridge
Cleveland Pools are the only surviving Georgian open-air swimming pools in England
The neoclassical Cleveland Bridge over the Avon River was built in 1826 by William Hazledine
The Bath Skyline is a 6-mile circular route through woodlands, valleys and meadows with panoramic views over the city
Walcot Street is Bath's Artisan Quarter, with a bohemiam vibe and several small boutiques
The Pulteney Bridge across the Avon river is one of only 4 historical bridges in the world with shops across the full span on both sides
Bath Locks are a series of 6 locks at the start of the Kennet and Avon Canal that lift boats onto the waterway
The Museum of Bath Architecture explores the city's rich architectural heritage and its transformation from a provincial town to Georgian city in the 18th century