Lincoln's Inn Fields is London's largest public square. Gardens are open daily during normal working hours, not at weekends. Chapel is open to the public, Mon-Fri, 1200-1400.
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Lincoln's Inn, London, WC2A 3TL
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Lincoln's Inn Fields
Lincoln's InnLondonWC2A 3TL
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- Tube: Holborn or Chancery Lane
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Great place to relax after visiting Sir John Soane's Museum. The day I was there, a Sunday in Oct, I was one of only about five people inn the whole park. Of course the Museum is closed on Sunday and Monday but finding the park made up for the journey to Holborn.
I had been in the area a few times and never discovered the park before. My next visit to London, I plan on making sure the museum...more
Headed to Sir John Soane's Museum, we found this lovely park across the way. Very simple, it was loaded with people at 2pm on an unseasonably warm May London day.
We stool a stroll through on the way out aver we were done with the museum and although it doesn't have any water features that I could find in the park, it was lush and green and verdant.
Such a nice oasis in the middle of busy...more
Lincoln's Inn Fields is glorious.
A big square in the middle of the bustling Holborn/Covent Garden/Strand/Chancery Lane areas, it's hidden away from the busy roads and therefore the busy road noises.
It's separated into multiple grassy areas.
There are tennis courts.
There's a Caribbean restaurant.
There's a strange pagoda in the middle.
There are trees (ie shade).
Based in Chancery Lane I frequent Lincolns Inn Fields whenever the sun comes out, taking my lunch and basking in the sun. It is always buzzing and you can even play tennis at lunch if you book the courts.
It is lovely to have such a large outdoor space so close to where I work.more
Lincolns Inn Fields is a square that stands between the LSE campus and the Law Chambers. It is quite a large square with benches along the outside path. Half of the square is taken up by a large lawn. In the middle there is some sort of band stand and on the other side there are tennis/netball courts. Additionally, there is an old drinking fountain in the far corner, beside the law courts,...more