Soho Square is a small park square in Soho, popular with local workers and shoppers.
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Soho Squre,Soho,London W1D 3JA,UKW1D 3JA
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All-time classic, all-season hangout.
Every walkabout in Soho usually includes a stroll along Soho square. Those who look good, those who aspire to become so and everyone in between passes from here.
During the summer it gets congested with pretty much everyone, from gay couples to ladies who lunch.more
This is one of THE places to be in Central London when the sun comes out and it's fabulous for people watching.
However it's just a shame that it's so unattractive and as Yee says scruffy because there's often barely any grass unfortunately. It also attracts a lot of undesirables and you might find yourself bothered by them. This is rare though so please don't let this put you off.
Sometimes it helps to just stop and take a moment to breathe. If you are in Soho, Soho Square's the spot to do it.
This is a beautiful little park in the middle of a bustling city. It would actually be easy to miss it as you walked by, even though it's rather large. I know I didn't really see it until I was led into it. Then I was happy to take a breather and sit there.
There's benches to...more
A hidden park amidst the chaos of London. Walking past, we entered in, the house looks like that from Snow White and the Seven dwarfs, or possibly keebler elves should have popped out. It is a very small park, but it serves a great purpose well.
While small, and surrounded by many buildings, a mental break can be achieved by taking a quick sit down at the park. It is not busy, and calming....more
This is a small, slightly scruffy park just south of Oxford Street in Soho.
Perhaps most famous for the Football Association HQ being based on the square, the surrounding buildings are mainly offices with the odd coffee shop.
The central area has an odd building in the middle which is built like the crooked houses you see in quaint Suffolk villages but always seems to be derelict. The grassy...more