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 hosting a summer party in one of our parks why not take advantage of our summer party package. Click on " Summer Party Package 2017" below for all the details.
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