The abbey gardens were once home to the 7th-century Abingdon Abbey. It features flat, wide, accessible paths through formal gardens and open parkland with mature trees. Highlights include an ornamental lake at the eastern end and the remains of Trendell’s Folly, built by a 19th-century wine merchant. 

From here, you can head through Abbey Meadows and down to the Thames for a riverside walk.

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