Euston Square Gardens was created around 1810 and was named after the country seat of local landowner, the second Duke of Grafton at Euston Hall in north Suffolk.
The park space is located immediately in front of Euston station so attracts high local foot traffic. This space is split in east and west sections with grassed areas, trees and shrubs being the most dominate features.
Popular events for the gardens include product sampling, pop-up art installations and charity events.
If you are interested in this space please contact our events team; contact information is at the top of the page.
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