Brunswick Square Gardens was built as part of the recreation grounds of the Foundling Hospital - an orphanage founded by the distinguished seaman Captain Thomas Coram in 1739. Brunswick Square Gardens is located in the south-east of the borough.
The square has a path that runs around and through the space. It is prominently a grass park with a handful of trees dotted through it. Brunswick Square Gardens is a popular lunch and picnic spot.
Previous events hosted in this space include company picnics, charity functions, community festivals, marketing activations and sampling.
If you are interested in this space please contact our events team; contact information is at the top of the page.
Closest tube – Russell Square