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Royal Avenue Gardens
Centrally located well maintained gardens to relax or picnic whilst in Dartmouth.
Named in 1887 for Queen Victoria's Golden Jubilee, these attractive gardens contain an ornamental fountain, a rose garden, a war memorial, a small pond, a herb garden, an Antipodean garden, a bandstand, the Veale/Savill memorial garden, a Mediterranean garden and a community greenhouse. Due to its mild climate, gingko, New Zealand tree ferns, olives and the Chusan palm all thrive here.
Display boards explain the history and interesting features of the gardens. The bandstand is enclosed on three sides to provide shelter and features as a stage during the town's annual cultural festivals.
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