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Bloomsbury Square is a garden square in Bloomsbury built in the early 17th century. The garden itself is open to the public and there's also a nicely maintained play area for children. Generally, the square is well maintained with plenty of benches to sit in...More
A good small park opposite Sicilian avenue, near British Museum. Statue of Charles James Fox, made of Bronze, is placed in the park at the great Russel street side. There are many benches to sit on and relax. Normally the crowd from nearby offices come...More
Bloomsbury Square, originally called Southampton Square is one of London's oldest squares. It's located in Holborn so the underground station is close by. Also nearby is the British Museum, so it's one of the few quiet spaces you'll find. There's also a really nice bronze...More
Myself and my partner were in London for a couple of days in July 2017 and were staying near here so popped over for a stroll around and cut through here a few times and also sat down for a while. A nice spot in...More
I got to see the square from a new aspect today. I was at Bloomsbury House and had the opportunity to watch the going on in the square during a break. It was then nice to walk through all three squares on my way back...More
One day, while staying in London again, we had taken the tube to the Holborn underground station. After emerging from the underground station, we began working northward towards the British Museum. After crossing over High Holborn, we came to Bloomsbury Square.
It was early afternoon...More
I visited during a walk through the area at about 9am on a weekday morning. It's clearly a cut-through for many going to work and the litter bins were overflowing and piles had formed around them. That's not the general public's fault so there needs...More
One side of the square is bordered by A40, a very busy noisy road, so it is not a peaceful location. In the gardens when I was visiting was tens of pigeons taking a rest, several had their heads tucked in under their wings. Bloomsbury...More
Snuggly nestled within Central London is academic and leafy Bloomsbury, an area that boasts walking distance access to many of London's most popular attractions. It is also home to some of Britain's most celebrated museums, including the must-see British Museum. Despite an understandable popularity with students, tourists and day trippers, vast sections of Bloomsbury retain a quiet, residential feel year round and