Bebra Gardens is a small, attractive park close to Knaresborough Castle.
This hidden gem, which provides a haven from the hustle and bustle of the town centre is named in honour of the town's links with Bebra, Germany.
The gardens are on a steep slope and there are sloping, meandering pathways leading through mature trees and conifers. The paths lead to the paddling pool at the lowest point and onto Waterside below.
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The gardens are open all year round. The paddling pool is open from spring bank holiday to the first week in September.
Bebra Gardens are off Brewerton Street, Knaresborough.
There's a small amount of on-street disc zone car parking immediately outside the park and there is a small pay and display car park alongside the castle grounds.
All-day parking is available at Waterside car park, HG5 8DF. The gardens are sign posted from there up steep steps.
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- Key Information
Open to the public