Queen's Gate Gardens
(Photo: Gavin Gardiner)
Queen's Gate Gardens was created in the 1860s when a residential square was built on the site of former market gardens.
The landscaping largely retains its original Victorian layout and the old mulberry and Catalpa
trees must be at least 150 years old. The circles visible in the lawn mark underground bomb shelters from WW2.
Our garden is always beautiful, but particularly in spring, when it is spectacular - carpeted with bluebells and brilliant with blossom and spring flowers. In this big city, the gardens are a source of joy and bring a sense of community to the members.
- Sunday 10:00–17:00
Opposite 45 Queen's Gate Gardens, south side.
Nearest postcode: SW7 5LY
- 49, 74, 70
- Gloucester Road
- Cycle hire station:
- Gloucester Road (Central) (Map)
- Public toilets:
- Kensington Road - Palace Gate:
Saturday 10:00-18:00 + Sunday 10:00-18:00 (Map)
- Uneven surface and small step at south gate. Gravel paths.
- Working assistance dogs only