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Berkeley Square

Find information about opening times and facilities in Berkeley Square

Opening times

Open everyday, from 8am. Park closing times vary by the time of year.

About the park

A traditional London Square with a small central shelter, surrounded by London Plane trees which are amongst the oldest to be found in Mayfair having been planted in 1789.

The general landscape character of the Square is quite light, open, and airy creating a pleasant shady space with dappled sunlight during summer.

Venue notes

Berkeley Square is wheelchair accessible.

Dogs are welcome at this park.



Berkeley Square
United Kingdom


The Square takes its name from the Berkeley family whose original London home, Berkeley House stood nearby until 1733. The Square has been the home to various well-known residents including Winston Churchill who lived at number 48, and PG Woodhouse’s fictional character Bertie Wooster. Initially in the 1730's Berkeley Square was only developed on its east and west sides.

Published: 29 April 2022

Last updated: 30 April 2024