Lincoln's Inn Fields

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Lincoln's Inn Fields is London's largest public square.

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Lincoln's Inn Fields

Address

Lincoln's Inn
London
WC2A 3TL
Telephone:
+44 (0)20 7405 1393
Public transport:
Tube: Holborn or Chancery Lane
Yelp Reviews

4.0 out of 5 based on 20 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Lincoln's Inn Fields

5.0 out of 5 24 May 2016
by Natalie R.

My first visit to Lincoln's Inn Field was after discovering the Sir John Soan Museum. They are now two of my favourite places in London. I have since had several picnics here as the location is ideal and it's one of the few parks that allows you to set up a bbq, just be sure to check up on the regulations as they have a guard that patrols the park.more

4.0 out of 5 20 May 2016
by Rieke L.

Lincoln's Inn Fields is a nice park located in central London. It's perfect for meeting friends and having a bbq and a couple of drinks. You're only allowed to bring reusable bbqs though and it closed at 9 pm even on a Friday night which is a bit of a pity but there a heaps of pubs around to chill at afterwards so it's the perfect picnic and bbq place in central London.more

4.0 out of 5 10 October 2014
by Mira S.

It's a nice, quiet park with museums around it. There are a few tennis courts, some seating, a little gazebo, and grassy areas. A nice place to sit and have lunch or to stroll through between the hunterian and sir John soane's museum.more

3.0 out of 5 30 August 2013
by Kathleen W.

Located right next to LSE, it's often populated with students in warm weather.

Tennis courts are available as well as wifi that can be snagged from LSE or Fleet River depending on where you are in the park!more

4.0 out of 5 18 March 2013
by Hana V.

A lovely little park hidden away between the chaos of Kingsway and the bustling lawyer district. I find it very relaxing and refreshing to wander through this peaceful haven, rain or shine. On sunny summer days it's filled with lunching, reading, sunbathing Londoners. On a cold rainy day it's empty and conducive to contemplation and meditation. A favourite spot in central London.more

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