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The Queen Square Park and Garden
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I stayed at a nearby hotel so I always walked along and enjoyed so much this tiny garden. It was... read more

Reviewed 9 March 2018
OZS_ATW
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Budapest, Hungary
A well-maintained large public garden!

During our most recent stay in London, we had decided to visit parts of the inner London area which... read more

Reviewed 6 November 2017
BigHugh51
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Adelaide, Australia
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Reviewed 14 May 2016

This little square is surrounded by hospital buildings built in the late 1800s and early 1900s. (The facade of the Italian Hospital, at the south end of the square, is pretty.) At the southwest corner is the Church of St. George the Matryr, where Sylvia Plath & Ted Hughes got married. The steeple is pretty. The Queen's Larder pub next to the church gets high marks.

I sat here in the sun for a few minutes on a warm early May Sunday morning and chatted on the phone with a friend. It's worth passing through if you're nearby. The misidentified statue of Queen Charlotte (for many years thought to be Queen Anne) is notable. There's also a touching statue of a woman holding a small child, in honour of the Great Ormand Street Hospital for Children nearby.

If you want to sit in a lovely English square in this area, go to Gordon or Tavistock Squares. Or St. George's Gardens, immediately north of Coram's Fields, which is secluded and pretty, with places to sit and reflect. Queen's Square is worth passing through but not a destination, in my opinion.

Date of experience: May 2016
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Reviewed 15 March 2016

dedicated to Queen Charlotte
Clearly appropriate area in the middle of so many departments of Neurology.
A green that relaxes and the demonstration that the benches are always occupied during the winter.
The statue of Queen Charlotte, wife of George III, positioned to the north, the center is offset by a small statue of a mother with child bust which is a message of love and maternal care for children that unfortunately need of neurological care.
Simple, typically English, with a big possibility of benches and staying with a good book.

Date of experience: March 2016
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Reviewed 7 September 2014

It is a park that is very well preserved and the plants are nicely maintained. I see many nice flowers and trees !! It is a nice location to relax !! That is why you also can see many patients and their companions from the hospitals and institutes that are located around the square spend some time on the fresh air and around such beautiful environment!!

Date of experience: August 2014
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Reviewed 6 April 2017 via mobile
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Date of experience: June 2016
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Reviewed 5 October 2016
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Date of experience: August 2016
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