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Some of the many gardens, parks and churchyards in the City of London which you can view on a map of the Square Mile (600KB)

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  1. All Hallows-by-the-tower All Hallows by the Tower Churchyard
    Sunken church garden overlooking the Tower of London. EC3R 5BJ.
  2. Barber Surgeons Garden - View across summer flowers Barber Surgeons Garden
    An interesting herb garden containing all the plants with which surgeons needed to be familiar. EC2Y 5BL. Opening times: Permanently open
  3. Beech Gardens at the Barbican Estate Beech Gardens
    Newly landscaped garden in the Barbican complex. EC2Y. Opening times: permanently open.
  4. Graves and Path Bunhill Fields Bunhill Fields
    Bunhill Fields burial ground is located in the London Borough of Islington but is owned and maintained by the City of London. EC1Y 1AU Opening hours: October to March: Weekdays from 8am to 4pm. Weekends and Bank Holidays from 9.30am to 4pm. April to September: Weekdays from 8am to 7pm or dusk (which ever is earlier). Weekends and Bank Holidays from 9.30am to 7pm or dusk (which ever is earlier).
  5. Christchurch Greyfriars Church Garden Christchurch Greyfriars Church Garden
    Admire the stunning herbaceous planting within the former nave of the Wren church. EC1. Opening times: Permanently open.
  6. Cleary Gardens Cleary Garden
    Set back from busy City Road Queen Victoria Street, Cleary Garden is a well-hidden gem of green space that's ideal for a break from sightseeing. EC4. Opening times: 7 days a week throughout the year 8am – 7pm or dusk – whichever is earlier.
  7. A photo of Coleman Street Garden half in shade and half lit, with trees in the mid-ground and modern buildings behind. Coleman Street Garden
    Information on Coleman Street Garden, including history and events hire details. EC2V 5DD.
  8. Fen Court Fen Court
    Site of the former churchyard of St Gabriel Fenchurch which was destroyed in the Great Fire and never rebuilt. EC3M 5BA. Opening times: Permanently open.
  9. People of bench at Finsbury Circus Finsbury Circus
    Finsbury Circus Garden dates back to 1606 and is the oldest public park in London. EC2M 7AB. Opening times: 7 days a week throughout the year from 8am to 7pm or dusk, whichever is the earlier.
  10. Carter Lane Garden Gardens around St Paul's Cathedral and Festival Gardens
    No trip to the City of London would be complete without a visit to the famous St Paul's Cathedral. On a sunny day its scenic gardens provide an ideal spot to sit-down. The area includes newly landscaped areas in front of the City Information Centre, near the north entrance to Millennium Bridge and with a ring-side view of the majestic St Paul's Cathedral.
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