Gordon Square Garden

A formal garden in , Camden • Gordon Square, WC1H 0PD

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  • Always open
  • Dogs allowed in all greenspaces
  • Refreshments

Gordon Square is a public park square in Bloomsbury, London, England. It is part of the Bedford Estate and was designed as one of a pair with the nearby Tavistock Square. It is owned by the University of London. The square contains many London plane and other trees, a number of flower beds and grass plots between the serpentine gravel walks through the square. There are two statues which have been installed in recent years: a sculpture of the Indian poet, philosopher and Nobel Laureate Rabindranath Tagore (1861-1941), was unveiled by HRH The Prince of Wales in July 2011 (sculptor Shenda Amery). In November 2012 a memorial bust of Noor Inayat Khan (1914-44), was unveiled by HRH The Princess Royal. Noor had once lived nearby; an SOE agent who infiltrated occupied France, she was executed at Dachau Concentration Camp and was honoured with the GC, MBE and Croix de Guerre.

Gordon Square Garden

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The organisation with legal responsibility for Gordon Square Garden is University of London.

Gordon Square Garden is managed and maintained by University of London

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