Jubilee Gardens sits in the heart of London's cultural center at South Bank, and was created in 1977 to mark the ... More
Jubilee Gardens sits in the heart of London's cultural center at South Bank, and was created in 1977 to mark the Queen's Silver Jubilee. It neighbors the iconic British Airways London Eye , The Shell Centre and the River Thames . Whether you want to meet up with friends over a picnic, take a break during a day trip, attend a free festival or cultural event, or simply sunbathe, you will love visiting this London park. Check website for event timings, and for further details.
An oasis of tranquility in central London, Hyde Park, together with Kensington Gardens to the west, is the largest of
the three royal parks. On the north east side is Speaker's Corner , a traditional haven of free speech. ...
This area was formerly home to London's fruit and vegetable market, which moved down to the New Covent Garden Market
in Bermondsey. Today, it is a collection of stores that sell a variety of goods, from antiques and crafts ...
This garden, created in 1673, was initially intended for the study of plants for medicinal purposes. The Chelsea Physic Garden
is therefore home to a seed exchange system and is geared towards preserving the diversity of plants that can ...