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Coronavirus: Our children’s play areas are closed as are parks where it is practical to restrict access. Non-essential parks operations are currently suspended. Cafes and kiosks are closed.
You must follow government advice and guidance to stay home. If you are using open spaces for allowable daily exercise you must follow the social distancing rules at all times.
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An attractive riverside park, originally designed by the architect John Palmer in 1792. This 1.2 hectare (3 acre) park is situated within walking distance of the city centre and offers shaded areas and open space for a stroll in the park or for a place to sit and enjoy a picnic by the River Avon.
Green Park Road, Bath, BA1 1HZ - View Map
The closest car parks are located at Avon Street and Charlotte Street.
There is a tarmacadam path within the park. The majority of the park is wheelchair accessible.
There is a selection of children's play equipment.
Green open space with river aspect and views of georgian architecture.
All-weather cycle path linking the park to Green Park Station covered market.
Tarmacadam riverside path linking the park to the city centre.
Good public transport links from Bath Bus station to Green Park (A367).
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