Magdalen Gardens is a municipal park, thought to have been laid out in its present form by the City Council around 1900-10.
Magdalen Gardens were probably laid out in their present form by the City Council of Bath between 1900 and 1910.
Visitor FacilitiesThis is a municipal park for general public use.
Magdalen Gardens are laid out on a very steep slope to the west of Beechen Cliff. The gardens are planted with shrubs and trees in an informal layout, with aucula japonica spreading over large areas. Footpaths, often with steps, lead through the gardens.
Magdalen Gardens are now rather overgrown. There are places where shrubs and brambles are becoming impenetrable.
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Access Contact DetailsThis is a municipal park for general public use.
Magdalen Gardens were probably laid out in their present form by the City Council of Bath between 1900 and 1910. This has not been confirmed by documentary reference, but is suggested by the planting and layout of the gardens.
- Early 20th Century
Avon Gardens Trust