Seething Lane Garden is a green space in the City of London - a perfect spot to relax with a formal lawn, seating and pergola.
A perfect lunch spot in the City with the best views of St Paul's cathedral.
18th-century church, designed by James Gould, with regular choral performances and a churchyard
This City Garden features an often sunny central lawn area, surrounded by benches, planted beds and bordered by a yew hedge.
Discover 1.5 acres of green space at Exchange Square with its vibrant mix of planting, seating and a running stream, blending nature with the energy of London and promoting physical and emotional wellbeing.
A public space with a quiet churchyard garden, and the Gilt of Cain outdoor artwork, located next to the Garden at 120.
Relax and enjoy this green space on the eastern side of the City. Aldgate Square is a publicly accessible landscaped garden.
The Inner Temple Garden is one of London’s oldest gardens, with the first recorded gardener of the Inn in 1307.
Visit the City of London’s largest public rooftop space - free to visit and no booking required. The Garden at 120 is located atop the Fen Court building at 120 Fenchurch Street.
St Dunstan in the East Church Garden is a truly unique space set within the ruins of a Wren church. This green oasis has benches and a fountain with greenery draping the historic walls.
Sculpture in the City is an annual sculpture park that uses the urban realm as a rotating gallery space.
Discover London’s castle – a secure fortress, royal palace, infamous prison and execution site where you can explore 1,000 years of history.
Guildhall Yard is an outdoor space used for public and private events throughout the year.
The Lakeside is the perfect place to relax, soak up the sunshine and enjoy a cup of coffee surrounded by iconic architecture.
Visit the spectacular Barbican Conservatory and explore this hidden tropical oasis in the heart of the City of London.
The Charterhouse has been living the nation’s history since 1371. Encompassing seven acres between Barbican and Farringdon, the Charterhouse has been a monastery, a Tudor mansion, a boys’ school and an almshouse, which it remains to this day.
The Anglican Guild Church of St Dunstan in the West is situated on Fleet Street, just within the borders of the City of London.
The Sky Garden is one of the most exciting additions to London’s skyline and dining scene.