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A small delightful garden square!

While staying London again, one afternoon we paid a visit to the University of London. Afterwards... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2017
BigHugh51
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Adelaide, Australia
Peaceful University Gardens

Now owned by the University, the Gordon Square gardens were established by the 6th Duke of Bedford... read more

Reviewed 28 August 2017
DunelmArts
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Aberdeen, United Kingdom
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Bloomsbury, London, England
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Reviewed 4 November 2017

While staying London again, one afternoon we paid a visit to the University of London. Afterwards, we took a walk around the surrounding area. In the process, we came across Gordon Square. It was very pleasant to spend a short time strolling through the square’s...More

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Reviewed 28 August 2017

Now owned by the University, the Gordon Square gardens were established by the 6th Duke of Bedford who named them after his second wife, Lady Georgina Gordon. The Bloomsbury Group met in the houses around the Square. The gardens seem popular with students and nearby...More

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Reviewed 22 August 2017

One of the smaller central London squares, it is no doubt quiet most of the time, unfortunately I picked a day when tree surgeons were working. A lovely small café called Ginger Jules. Plenty of seats. Wilder than its twin Tavistock Square. There is a...More

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Reviewed 12 August 2017

Around this square several of the most important intellectuals in England had their homes in the first part of the 20th century constituting the Bloomsbury group.

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Reviewed 22 May 2017

Gordon Square is located in Bloomsbury and belongs to the University of London. The square is open to the public and provides a welcome green space in the city. The gardens have a wide variety of flowers and shrubs and mature Plane Trees. There are...More

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Reviewed 26 February 2017 via mobile

This beautiful little square is serene and green and home to several notable sculptures including a bust of the WWII hero Noor Inayat Khan who as a British SOE agent infiltrated occupied France and was captured, tortured and executed by the Nazis at Dachau concentration...More

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Reviewed 16 August 2016

Grab a tea at the little tea house in the park and enjoy little garden! It's an oasis in the middle of London.

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Reviewed 2 April 2016

I'm not a devotee of the Bloomsbury set of writers, artists, and intellectuals who lived around the square, though an interesting marker at the south entrance to the square explains the various personalities involved. I simply wandered into Gordon Square on a sunny Bank Holiday...More

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Reviewed 26 March 2016 via mobile

Just a block away from Tavistock garden yet worth the visit too. Besides being a beautiful garden of course, it was frequented by a number of notables who lived in the buildings overlooking it. Some of the buildings hold plaques pointing out who lived where....More

Thank Amin A
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Reviewed 6 December 2015

Gordon Square holds mixed memories for me - I sat countless exams in the Exam Halls bordering the Gardens many moons ago!! In my maturity I can appreciate the Square as yet another haven in beautiful Bloomsbury. The references to the Bloomsbury Group have made...More

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Inner London’s busiest streets crisscross quiet
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excellent range of hotels, eateries, and shops to suit
practically any taste or budget. With major
attractions like the British Museum and Somerset House
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