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.
If you are interested in using this location for an event, community or commercial activity contact the Camden Events Service; contact information is at the top of the page.
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