Learn more about the Georgian Garden
The re-creation of this eighteenth-century town garden was the first project of its kind in Britain, adding to Bath’s existing Georgian attractions.
The project to discover and re-create the Georgian Garden was undertaken by Bath Archaeological Trust in conjunction with Bath Preservation Trust and the Garden History Society.
Work began to restore the garden in 1985. Plants traditionally used in eighteenth-century gardens were planted, and architectural features were restored or replicated to faithfully recreate the nature of the original Georgian Garden, dating from 1770.
Admission and opening times
The Georgian Garden is open from 9am to 5pm throughout the year. There is no charge for admission.
Facilities and features
- Plants and flowers traditionally used in eighteenth-century gardens
- Restored Georgian garden - a heritage asset in Bath