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Finsbury Circus Gardens, set within the historic surroundings of Finsbury Circus, is the largest public open space in the Square Mile. 

Finsbury Circus Gardens project

The City of London Corporation are bringing forward proposals for the refurbishment and enhancement of Finsbury Circus Gardens. The proposals will introduce a new, highly sustainable pavilion building to provide a café or restaurant within the Gardens.

Find out more about the Finsbury Circus Gardens project

Getting here

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Nearest tube: Moorgate or Liverpool Street

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History

This Grade II listed garden is what remains of Moor Fields, London's first public park, dating from 1607. The present garden was originally laid out in 1815 to a design by Charles Dance the Younger. It's well known for its mature London plane trees and fine Japanese Pagoda tree - the only one in the City.