Queen Square

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Queen Square is a public square in Bath, England. It was designed and built by John Wood the Elder between 1728 and 1736. The square consists of lawns and paths with its focal point being an obelisk dedicated to Frederick, Prince of Wales who visited the city in 1738. The square is bordered by houses, it is a quiet area and the square itself has benches on its paths where people can sit and relax.

Getting there

The square is a 15-minute walk away from the city of Bath’s train station. The 716 bus stops at the square.

Opening Times and Admission

The square is a public square, it is free to visit at any hour of any day.

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