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Christmas 2022 at Prior Park

Prior Park is the perfect place for a peaceful escape away from the crowds this Christmas. Soak up the tranquillity of the garden, have a go at the advent trail and take in the views of the festivities happening in the city of Bath below.

Enjoy the winter reflections on the lakes at Prior Park this festive season now the dams restoration project is complete. It’s a peaceful hideaway from the crowds found in the city below, a chance to step back in time with your friends and family to explore the enchanting garden from 1764.

Prior Park’s Christmas trail will be running throughout the weekends of December. Find the 24 The advent doors hidden in logs throughout the garden. Open the doors to reveal some festive finds and a Christmas message. Trail sheets will be available from Sat 3 Dec at visitor reception.

The Palladian Bridge at Prior Park is only one of four in the world and is a popular location for taking pictures. Winter in the garden can be magical with frosts on the trees, mists on the lake and possibly snow – it’s a great opportunity to capture an iconic winter photograph with the family.

The Tea Shed in the Cabinet is also open on weekends and selected days during the Christmas holidays offering hot drinks and mince pies to enjoy during your winter wanders.

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