(Photo: Colin Wing)
A typical Victorian garden, with mature trees, winding paths, lawns, borders, flowerbeds and children's play area. The square was developed in the 1840s to designs by George Basevi and ushered in a new era of Italianate townhouse design in London.
The square takes its name from John Thurloe, Oliver Cromwell's Secretary of State. In the 18th century the land passed from Anne Browne to her second husband, Thurloe's grandson.
- Sunday 10:00–17:00
- The a cappella singing group, the Treblemakers, will be performing at 2pm.
The Treblemakers a capella group sing close harmony of traditional and contemporary popular songs, with no instrumental accompaniment or amplification. Their repertoire ranges from Mozart through barbershop in the 1950s, to The Beatles, Queen and Coldplay. Visit www.treblemakers.org.uk for more information.
Gate on south side of square.
Nearest postcode: SW7 2SX
- C1, 14, 49, 74, 345, 360, 414, 430
- South Kensington
- Cycle hire station:
- South Kensington Station (Map)
- Dogs on leads