A gracious park, offering an oasis of calm just minutes from Bath city centre.
This tranquil, beautifully landscaped 4 hectare (10 acre) park was opened to celebrate the Diamond Jubilee of Queen Victoria in 1897.
Its impressive collection of trees includes two national and numerous regional ‘champions’ (largest or tallest of their kind). These and a winding network of paths divide the space into a series of peaceful areas with a sense of self-containment. There is also the charming remembrance water garden, where romantic, scented planting surrounds a formal pond, with secluded seating areas.
Henrietta Park is just a 5 min walk from the city centre, on a level and easily accessible site. It offers an attractive green setting for small-scale events, community days and outdoor theatre.
|Time of year||Standard rate (per day)||Charity rate (per day)|
|April to September||£520||£260|
|October to March||£520||£260|
Facilities on site
- Toilets (pay to use)
This location can support the following sized events:
- Small events
- Major events
Henrietta Park is a perfect location for the following activities:
- Outdoor theatre
- Community events
- Leisure activities
View site access details
- Via Henrietta Mews
- Vehicles must follow paths only
Accessible from Henrietta Street, Henrietta Road, Henrietta Mews, and Henrietta Gardens
A largely level park with steeper slopes or steps on just a couple of the numerous entrances
On-street parking, pay and display
Closest car parks, Manvers Street Car Park or Southgate (5 min)
Good public transport links from Bath Bus Station to Great Pulteney Street or Bathwick Street (200m)