Welcome to Talbot Square Gardens
This small London square is dominated by two large London planes, one at each end.
There is a small weeping ash tree with a circular bench around it set within a new circular area of yorkstone paving creating a more human scaled central focal point.
Talbot Square underwent major refurbishment in 2009 with the reinstatement of the new railings and new surfacing. After liasing with English Heritage, appropriate historic railings were reinstated around the entire perimeter of the square, these incorporated a new entrance feature and metalwork arch leading onto Sussex Gardens, and helped restore the traditional formal dignified character of the space. A new yorkstone paving area adjacent to the main entrance space was also added with seating and access to the 2 main resin bound paths that run the length of the gardens.
• Disabled access • Dogs not allowed
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.