Bloomsbury Square

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Bloomsbury Square

Bloomsbury Square
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Yelp Reviews

4 out of 5 based on 5 reviews

Top 5 reviews of Bloomsbury Square

4.0 out of 5 15 October 2015
by Karishma P.

Lovely beautiful open space to take a break after a hectic day at the British museum or walking around Bloomsbury admiring the gorgeous old buildings.

There are no kids playgrounds or activities at this park, it's just a nice wide huge open space to stretch your legs and take a few deep breaths. In the afternoons. It's difficult to find a seat, given the number of people who head here to eat...more

4.0 out of 5 30 August 2015
by Frank D.

I really enjoyed Bloomsbury Square Gardens!

So first of all, the Bloomsbury area is really nice, with some awesome older buildings around the square and a certain vibe that is difficult to describe. It is urban, yet a little more relaxed and calm. Also, it is right it the city. I really liked that.

There are lots of places to sit, places to grab a drink or snack right near by, and it is...more

3.0 out of 5 15 August 2014
by Andy H.

Bloomsbury Square Gardens is a fantastic green space in London. It is in a very popular and wuite busy during the week. The park itself a car park underneath, which is quite expensive to park your car as it can cost £30 for 24 hours parking. Within minutes are all main restaurants and coffee shops. Holborn and Russell Sq tube stations are also close by.more

4.0 out of 5 9 April 2014
by Ruth V.

Pretty urban gardens in the middle of Bloomsbury, surrounded by handsome 18th/19th century buildings.

They are a nice spot to relax after an exhausting visit to the British Museum or to sit and enjoy the weather (if nice!) after work!

It has a small central square, lots of benches to seat, a play area for children and a flower garden.more

4.0 out of 5 19 June 2013
by Hana V.

A great place for a picnic during your lunch break or after touring the nearby British Museum. Ringed by tall trees and bordered by the facades of an older London, this green space has a small flower garden, a small play area for children and plenty of grass and benches for sunning (on that rare sunny day).more

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