Welcome to Norfolk Square Gardens
A traditional rectangular London Square, consisting of central lawns, bedding displays and London plane trees.
Norfolk Square Gardens provide a quiet space where residents, office workers and visitors alike can sit quietly and relax in the very busy location just yards from Paddington Mainline Station. The garden is laid out with formal lawns, seasonal bedding and ornamental shrubs. The site is occasionally used by local groups for concerts and other events, particularly throughout the summer months.
The garden square was aquired by the City Council through compulsory purchase in the late 1980s and opened to the public in autumn of 1990. The home of the great architect Sir Giles Gilbert Scott is located nearby and the square itself takes a key element of its character from its context surrounded by a number of fine mid 19th-century stuccoed terraced buildings.
Disabled access Dogs not allowed Formal London sq
If you would like to hold an event or film in this park please visit the Special Events website at www.westminster.gov.uk/specialevents or call 020 7641 2390.