Paddington Street, W1
28-Sep-16 to 28-Sep-21
Play area Disabled access Toilets, including disabled, accessible from Paddington Street
The gardens are located on both sides of Paddington Street with the southern garden being the biggest of the two.
Paddington Street Gardens South is a leafy and popular park, set behind Marylebone High Street, is a closed churchyard and still contains various old memorials.
It is significantly larger than the nearby North side of Paddington Street Gardens. It consists of formal open grass areas, traditional shrub, rose and bedding displays, mature London plane trees, a shelter and a children's playground. Public toilets also serve the site from Paddington Street. In the summer months events including open air concerts are sometimes held within this site.
Paddington Street Gardens were formed during the 18th century as an additional burial ground for the old St Marylebone Parish Church.
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