Bath Gardens

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Open Days: Sundays 1-4 PM, Tuesdays 12-3 PM and Wednesdays 1-4 PM.
3855 Bath Edie Rd., Blythe, GA 30805.

Call (706) 504-4956 For Confirmation.

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Open Days: Sundays 1-4PM, Tuesdays 12-3PM and Wednesdays 1-4 PM. 3855 Bath Edie Rd., Blythe, GA 30805

Call (706) 504-4956 For Confirmation

Holiday Schedule and January 2024 Closing: Bath Gardens will be closed Christmas Eve, Sunday, December 24, 2023, New Year's Eve, Sunday, December 31, 2023, for the holidays, and will be closed during the month of January 2024 for annual maintenance. Please call us at (706) 504-4956 for any special requests during this time.

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Press

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Lorraine Barlett, Jim Brady, and Kelly Hilley talk about Oktoberfest at Bath Gardens

July 20, 2023 | By: WRDW Morning Mix

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Bath Gardens Foundation giving new life to historic property in Blythe, GA

April 19, 2022 | By: Jennie Montgomery, WJBF News Anchor
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Bath Gardens ribbon cutting ceremony features bands, dancers, and singers in a celebration of arts and nature

April 28, 2022 | By: Jennie Montgomery, WJBF News Anchor
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“Out There…Somewhere”: Bath Gardens to delight once again

February 25, 2022 | By: George Eskola, WJBF Senior Reporter
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A Purposeful Restoration’ from the Augusta Magazine

December 14, 2021 | By: Aimee Serafin, Augusta Magazine
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A New Beginning – the Bath Gardens Initiatives Continue

November 21, 2021 | By: Rollins’ Landscape Co.
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Bath Gardens Being Restored

October 24, 2021 | By: Charmain Brackett, The Augusta Press
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Revitalizing a gem in nearby Blythe

September 21, 2021 | By: Shellie Smitley, The True Citizen