London Parks & Gardens Trust

Hammersmith and Fulham

Queen's Club Gardens

Queen's Club Gardens

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Walk north-east through a gate in the railings, past the children's playground on the left, and through another gate in the old garden wall. Note the mural on the park wall. Turn left into Normand Road, walk along the road and turn left into Queen's Club Gardens.


Queen's Club Gardens were built by W H Gibbs in 1894. As you enter, notice the block on the left named Zenobia and one on the right named Arnold. There are 26 blocks in alphabetical order and three extra blocks in Greyhound Road. The garden in the centre is private, one of very few private squares outside central London, although, later in the walk, we will come across two squares that were once private.