Welcome to Upper Grosvenor Gardens
This is one of 2 triangular gardens located very close to Victoria rail, bus and coach stations.
It is used mainly by office workers as somewhere to have their lunch or people arriving in london or in transit from one of the nearby stations. Being slightly further away from Victoria station, and more screened by vegetation from the adjacent road, Upper Grosvenor Gardens is less busy than its neighbouring Lower Grosvenor Gardens. The gardens consist of ornamental lawns, bedding plants and shrubs, with a life-sized sculpture of a Lioness chasing a Lesser Kudu in the centre which was commissioned by the Duke of Westminster from the sculptor Jonathan Kenworthy. Both Upper and Lower Grsovenor gardens were named after the Grosvenor family who were great landowners in central London. Upper Grosvenor Garden was re-landscaped and only actually opened to the public for the first time in the year 2000.
If you want to hold an event or film in this park, please note that it is not managed by Westminster City Council and you will need to contact the relevant landowner directly for permission.