This is an elevated pocket park next to London Wall that’s both open to visit, but sufficiently off the obvious routes so hardly known.
Hidden behind a blue door lies one of London’s most charming little pocket parks.
A new roof garden has opened in the City of London, and what it lacks in height, it more than makes up for in width — it’s the largest roof garden in London.
Hidden in a side alley behind the back of Mansion House is a gated, and often locked pocket park.
Just to the south of Old Street can be found one of London’s oldest and greatest burial grounds, and one with a most unusual history.
A gas lamp lit shady rectangle of grass providing relaxing seating next to a church for a She-Wolf.
This, as so many of the City of London gardens is the site of former religious worship, but unlike most other gardens, this isn’t the graveyard, but the remains of the church itself.
Following the recent departure of the US Embassy, plans are afoot to revamp the neighbouring Grosvenor Square now that the security paranoia has moved away.