First Garden City Heritage Museum
It is next to the location of the Garden City's first swimming pool (75 feet by 40 feet , open air and fed by the waters of the Pix Brook) , opened in June 1908 it was in use between May and September every year until 1935 when the new Lido was opened at Norton Common.
In 1936 in memory of the work of Councillor Charles Francis Ball , the area of the old pool was redesigned as a commemorative garden
The gardens open out onto Pixmore Way opposite "Melverley"
designed by Underwood and Kent in 1910
To your right is "Abendhheim" designed by H Clapham Lander in 1911. A very unusual house quite different from the usual Garden City designs being strikingly built in the Bavarian style. It lies on the junction of two of the main routes into the town centre and you can' t help noticing it
If you look closely you can just see a squirrel between the tree and sign
The Liberal Catholic Church of St. Alban