Trinity Square Gardens
These formal gardens have a rich history and great views of the Tower of London. They contain lawns, bedding and shrub beds (designed for interest every day of the year), fine trees, memorials to the Merchant Seamen who died in both world wars and to those executed on the former Tower Hill scaffold.
The Gardens were created by special Act of Parliament in 1797 and restored in 2003. We manage them with the Corporation of London and the War Graves Commission for the enjoyment of thousands of tourists and office workers, as well as visitors to the memorials.
The park currently holds a Green Flag Award
- Memorials including War Memorials
- Flora displays
Size: under 1 hectare in area size
Address: Tower Hill London, EC3
Nearest station: Tower Hill Underground (Circle & District Lines) or Tower Gateway DLR
Bus: 42,78 and 100
Park is locked over night.
Before you travel please visit www.tfl.gov.uk for directions and maps.
For more information please contact the Parks and Open Spaces Service at firstname.lastname@example.org.