Gardens and Parks of London
Public Gardens in the City of London
Goldsmith's Hall Gardens

In 1994, the Gardeners’ Company, with the help of other livery companies, supported the Goldsmiths in refurbishing the garden.

The fountain was donated by the Constructors’ Company and the iron entrance arch, by the Blacksmiths’ Company.

This garden houses the famous symbol relating to the Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths.

The leopard’s head hallmark literally means “marked at Goldsmiths’ Hall” and has been used to verify the purity of silver since the early 14th century.

Address Gresham Street
  London,EC2V 6BN
Open daily