Abbey Gardens is located at Abbey Cl, Abingdon OX14 3JE, UK, we aim to offer all our customers a great experience with Abbey Gardens and we would be happy to assist you with any questions you may have.

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Need to know more about this business, please call us during business hours or visit our website and can get more information – of Abbey Gardens by http://www.whitehorsedc.gov.uk/services-and-advice/sports-and-leisure/leisure-facilities/parks/abbey-gardens-abingdon .

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Tim Wood

5 Google Rating

A really peaceful place to have your packed lunch and enjoy a walk. It started off looking small but

5/ 5

A really peaceful place to have your packed lunch and enjoy a walk. It started off looking small but in fact there was enough green space for me to walk for well over an hour. Beautiful local wildlife along the local cancel although most of the towpath is quite secluded so I'd take care in the darker times of the day as it can be lonely and hard to see your footing.

Alexander Private

5 Google Rating

A lovely place, but relatively small park. Lots of people with children and dogs. Family friendly at

5/ 5

A lovely place, but relatively small park. Lots of people with children and dogs. Family friendly atmosphere.

Paul Dunford

4 Google Rating

Very pretty. Free. Part of a nice stroll from the bridge along the river, over the pedestrian lock

4/ 5

Very pretty. Free. Part of a nice stroll from the bridge along the river, over the pedestrian lock crossing, and back through the park and gardens.

Anita Lindsey

3 Google Rating

Looks good for children. A splash zone and an outside pool. Changing rooms, toilets and a snack kio

3/ 5

Looks good for children. A splash zone and an outside pool. Changing rooms, toilets and a snack kiosk are all here. We could see the Thames but on our visit we weren't able to get near it. Benches for sitting and bins for rubbish were all around.

Karima Brooke

5 Google Rating

Lovely open space in Abingdon. Free splash park. Open Air Swimming pool. 2 play parks for children a

5/ 5

Lovely open space in Abingdon. Free splash park. Open Air Swimming pool. 2 play parks for children and beautiful flowers and trees.

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