Gardens and Parks of London
Public Gardens in the City of Westminster
Victoria Embankment Garden
Created during the 1870s by Joseph Bazalgette, the designer of London's sewage system.
It features a reproduction of Rodin's sculpture of 'The Burghers of Calais'; Walker's statue of the suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst and Buxton Memorial Fountain to commemorate the emancipation of slaves in 1834.
Victoria Embankment Gardens consists of 4 gardens: 1. Temple Gardens, 2. Main Garden (formerly Adelphi Gardens), Whitehall Garden and Ministry of Defense Garden (MOD).
It has formal bedding, lawn areas, cafe and a bandstand.
Address Villiers Street
  London, WC2N 6NA
 
Open 7.30am to dusk
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General view
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Path to the East
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Sunken Planter
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Seating area
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Bandstand
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Afternoon session