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Postcode: BA1 7BL
Offering an escape from reality on the eastern outskirts of Bath, Alice Park is a brilliant place to go conker hunting this Autumn. Spanning across eight acres of beautiful Bath landscape, Alice Park is one of the best places to find conkers in our wonderful city, with its trees stockpiled with some of the most impressive conkers around. Leave the park with your pockets full and watch your kids have hours of endless fun.
Alice Park also has six tennis courts, a family-friendly play-park, community garden and boules piste.
Royal Victoria Park
Postcode: BA1 2NQ
Perhaps Bath’s most famous park, Royal Victoria Park is a brilliant destination if you’re on the search for conkers as the leaves start to fall this Autumn. Just a stones throw from the city centre, the beautiful gardens are full of conker trees for you to collect and battle with. Take a tour of this iconic Bath landmark and enjoy a brisk autumnal walk through the sensational scenery of Victoria Park as we welcome in the cold weather.
Kennet and Avon Canal Path
Postcode: BA2 6QU
The Kennet and Avon Canal connects England’s canals from the River Thames at Reading to the Bristol Channel and is also one of the country’s most popular cycling and walking routes, making it a great spot to find some of Bath’s best conkers. If you’re looking for something to do with the kids then a walk along the towpath is a great daytime activity with lots of places to stop off and explore on the way. If you’re on the hunt for conker this autumn, then this is a must-visit location.
Postcode: BA2 6NT
Situated in our great city, Bath locks are a fantastic venue to enjoy a day of fun and games with the whole family. As we enter the crux of Autumn and the trees start to shed, conkers can be found throughout the whole of Bath Locks meaning you’ll be spoilt for choice as you leave with your pockets full. There’s also a great host of activities to take part in at the locks including taking a boat trip, having a picnic, and exploring the canals walking paths which have accompanying audio trails.