Tavistock Square Gardens was developed in the 1820s by the builder Thomas Cubitt on the estate owned by the Dukes of Bedford.
Often known as the Peace Garden, there are a number of memorial features including a tree planted to commemorate the victims of the Hiroshima bombing, a conscientious objectors' memorial stone and at its centre piece a statue of Mahatma Ghandi. The square gardens is leafy, shady and less busy then nearby Russell Square.
Tavistock square garden’s host memorial events, company picnics and private functions.
- Small events
- Active classes
- Community events
- Outside Space
- No public toilets on this site
Tube : Russell Square
Bus : 10, 59, 68, 91, 168