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Paddington Street Garden

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Paddington Street Garden

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Ian C wrote a review Aug 2020
London, United Kingdom23,985 contributions1,383 helpful votes
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Hidden away in the Marylebone area of London, the Gardens are slighly strange as they are split in two across Paddington Street. It does mean that they have different characters, the north being quieter and more reflective, the south more active, vibrant and colourful with flowers. Originally burial grounds in the 18th century, they became gardens in 1885 and were officially opened by Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyle and a daughter of Queen Victoria, in 1886. Most of the monuments were cleared, but a few survive, and there is a new 1940's statue of a street orderly boy. A nice touch, which I have not seen anywhere else, is a description of the different roses. There is also a play area and pavilions for shelter in rainy weather.
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Date of experience: August 2020
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Janet C wrote a review Oct 2019
Stockport, United Kingdom1,853 contributions338 helpful votes
Just off Marylebone this little garden is located between the much larger Regent’s Park and Hyde Park. It’s actually split into two parts, with lawns, plenty of benches and a children’s oak playground
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Date of experience: October 2019
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Bon viveur wrote a review Aug 2019
London, United Kingdom1,390 contributions337 helpful votes
This is a nice spot, just off Marylebone high street. It Is mostly mottled shade with lovely mature trees and has plenty of benches and an ok playground for the kids.
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Date of experience: August 2019
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futtock21 wrote a review Mar 2019
London, United Kingdom9,833 contributions1,255 helpful votes
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These were established in the 18th century as additional burial ground for the local parish church; an amalgam of the the southern part donated by Earls Oxford & Mortimer in 1730, whilst the northern part was purchased in 1771. The whole was opened as recreational land in 1886 by Princess Louise, Duchess of Argyll. Today they present as a mixture of lawns with wooden seating along the sides, the occasional statue, a metal sundial, two table tennis tables and a hut in front of a children’s playground.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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macedonboy wrote a review Mar 2019
Glasgow, United Kingdom146,685 contributions100,841 helpful votes
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Located close to Baker Street in Marylebone is this little public gardens. The garden is actually split in two parts. The northern part is much smaller and not quite as nice. In fact, there are drug dealers operating openly. One even offered me his business card and asked me to call him for a "menu". The souther part is much nice. A pleasant little park with plenty of benches, paved walkways, a playground for young children and the grass is full and well maintained. It'a cute little park in the centre of London and good for a rest after spending a day walking round the area.
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Date of experience: March 2019
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