The Garden Landscape Guide

St Dunstan in the East Church Garden

The bombed ruins of a medieval church and Wren Tower made into a charming scene by imaginative planting of wall chrubs and climbers and an effective fountain. An outstanding example of a small City space, which makes the maximum use of scarce resources. Designed by the City of London Architects and Parks Departments in 1971. It won a Landscape Heritage Award in 1976. Off Roehampton Lane.

St Dunstan's Hill, London, Greater London, England, EC4

All year. Daily. Open 8am to 7pm or dusk if earlier.

Entrance free

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Reviews

  • about 1 year by mikesey 5 / 5

    A beautiful place to sit and let the hustle bustle of the nearby city pass by.
    I first became aware of this place in the early 60s, when it was the setting for a Sci-fi film. Since then it has become a place of beauty.
  • about 1 year by Anonymous 5 / 5

    lovely peaceful garden lovely to visit outside of lunchtime, a garden to treasure
  • about 2 years by MaryMc 5 / 5

    One of the most hauntingly beautiful places I've ever been.

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St Dunstan's in the East, London Photograph © City of London Corporation
St Dunstan's in the East Photograph © City of London Corporation