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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

Lincoln's Inn Fields is the largest public space in London. A pleasant, quiet and unique part of London that's quiet in the weekends. The area around the fields is very much a lawyer's playground as it's close to the Inns of Court. The professional association...More

Date of experience: November 2018
Thank macedonboy
Reviewed 9 March 2018 via mobile

This is a good place to come for lunch on a decent day. There is some Spring colour too at the moment

Date of experience: March 2018
Thank sheepygold
Reviewed 17 February 2018

This is quite a large square with the garden in the middle. Public access with a cafe (which I didn't try), lots of mature trees, tennis courts to hire if you so wish. In good weather, worth a sit down, just to get some air...More

Date of experience: February 2018
1  Thank Martin_Ridgway
Reviewed 11 February 2018 via mobile

If you need to clear your head or calm down after visiting your barrister its a nice tranquil place to sit down. Cafe opens when the sun shines (not February). Make sure you visit John Soanes museum across the road (free entry) as it is...More

Date of experience: February 2018
4  Thank KMR139
Reviewed 31 October 2017

We had been undertaking a long walk from Trafalgar Square along the Strand and Aldwych, with the intention of continuing on up Fleet Street towards Ludgate Hill. After a while, we were beginning to tire and were in need of a lace to take a...More

Date of experience: July 2017
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Reviewed 13 October 2017 via mobile

Sitting between the bustle of Kingsway and the serenity of Lincoln's Inn, this is a nicely laid out garden with both circular and cruciform pathways. There are tennis courts and a cafe, which boasts of its award winning cups of tea. There are lovely buildings...More

Date of experience: October 2017
Thank Nicholas H
Reviewed 14 September 2017

I was reading the notices at one of the entrances to Lincoln's Inns Field -one of the notes reads 'no cyclists', a cyclist passed me by as I read the notice, cycling into the park. The strangest notice was one asking people to respect the...More

Date of experience: September 2017
Thank Colin E
Reviewed 6 September 2017

We stopped at the café near the tennis courts for toasted sausage and bacon sandwiches with coffee, which was all excellent. Staff were friendly and helpful. One small negative were the toilets, which were a bit grubby

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank Gary K
Reviewed 1 September 2017

The Lincoln's Inn Fields is the largest public square in London and offers the opportunity for picnics, barbecues, tennis and lots of other outdoor activities. Nice spot for a break or just to relax.

Date of experience: August 2017
Thank buffalojim67
Reviewed 26 July 2017

My wife and I watched a TV program called "The Halcyon", about a hotel in London during WWll. The show only lasted one season, but we were curious as to the building in which the show was set - what building doubled as this magnificent...More

Date of experience: July 2017
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