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What a lovely green space in the middle of a very built up area behind the Brunswick shopping centre at one side and Great Ormond Street Hospital at the other. The square is surrounded by old town houses. There are benches to sit on and...More
This is a pleasant, quiet green space just across from Brunswick Square shopping center with an oasis of very large London Plane trees including one which is notably ancient and is supposed to be among the ten largest in the city. A nice place for...More
We had been enjoying a lovely stroll through central London and had been to see the British Museum. By chance, we passed through this pleasant small city square.
Having already enjoyed a rest in nearby Russell Square, we had no need to pause here for...More
Worth visiting to see one of London’s 10 great trees – the Brunswick Plane. It doesn’t stand out because there are other London Planes that also look impressive. Next door to Coram’s Fields, an artificial football pitch is visible, several kids were playing on it...More
As we walked by the Brunswick Centre frequently, we passed the gardens quite a bit. One our way back to our hotel from Waitrose (where we bought some Clipper tea) we noticed a red phonebooth in the park. Of course we had to stop and...More
This garden is surrounded on three sides by town houses, and Coram's field on one side. As it is just waking distance from our house on John Street, we in the evenings take our walk here. A peaceful garden, not very big, but sufficient to...More
This is a public garden in Bloomsbury overlooked by the School of Pharmacy and the Foundling Museum. Coram Fields is next to it. It was originally fields that were part of the grounds of the Foundling Hospital. The large plane trees here are over 200...More
Walked through here en route from Euston to the West End on a late winter afternoon, with the first hint of spring showing. Lovely displays of daffodils and crocuses. These gardens are immediately next to Coram Fields, but unlike there, adults can go if they...More
Date of experience: March 2017
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Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and