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Places to see Snowdrops in and around Bath

Everyone is struggling with the winter blues, but one thing we can all look forward to is the new life that nature brings us – beautiful snowdrops. Proof that Spring is…well, springing! Whether you’re out walking the dog or specifically heading out to photograph them, we’ve given you the run-down of the top locations you can find snowdrops in Bath by the dozen.

Read below to find out where you can see these beautiful flowers in and around Bath!

Prior Park Landscape Garden

Prior Park Landscape Garden

Perched on the edge of Bath, stepping into Prior Park Landscape Garden makes you feel as if you’ve just stepped into the rural countryside. The woodland offers the perfect conditions for snowdrops to grow and flourish, so as you can imagine, Prior Park isn’t short of them come early Spring! The winding paths take you down to the beautiful lake and Palladian Bridge (one of only four in the world!) so it’s a beautiful walk too.

Dogs: Allowed on leads.

Parking: Unfortunately, there is only limited disabled parking on-site – visitors are recommended to park in the city centre and catch the bus up the hill.

Price: £7.50 adults, £3.75 children.

Tip: After a tiring walk down to the lake, revitalise yourself with a cup of tea and cake from the tea shed!

Snowdrop Rating: 4/5

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Dyrham Park

Dyrham Park is a huge deer park located 8 miles north of Bath and set in over 250 acres of beautiful parkland. In January and February, you will find clusters of snowdrops in several varieties in front of the house, in the terraces and also in the garden. We challenge you to a snap with snowdrops AND gorgeous deer in!

*Please check the Dyrham Park website before your visit as the parkland may be closed due to wet grounds.

Parking: Available in car park on site – use postcode SN14 8HY. Price: £2 for 2 hours, £4 all day. Car park is 15 min walk from the house however a free shuttle bus runs every day.

Price: £13.50 adults, £6.75 children (full property).

Tip: We recommend a wander around the historic 17th-century house and a rest in the tea room at the end of your visit!

Snowdrop Rating: 5/5

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If you’re local to Bath or Somerset, you’ve probably heard of Stourhead before. It’s a world-famous landscape garden, situated around 20 miles south of Bath, designed by Colen Campbell which boasts rare, exotic trees, a magnificent lake, classic temples and of course, a stunning display of snowdrops in the late winter. It is a 40-minute drive from Bath, however, it’s worth it for the scenery!

Dogs: Welcome all day from November to March, and after 2pm for the rest of the year.

Parking: Available on-site. Free to National Trust members, £4 per vehicle otherwise. Use postcode BA12 6QF.

Price: £18.40 adults, £9.20 children.

Tip: We recommend you enjoy a walk off the beaten track, especially to the left of the lake up steps to the stunning temples and interesting buildings!

Snowdrop Rating: 5/5

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