The British Medical Association is the home of the UK's professional association for doctors. It was built on the site of Tavistock House, once the home of novelist Charles Dickens, on the corner of Tavistock Square. Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens designed the picturesque garden and today it is planted extensively with medicinal herbs. This hidden central London gem centres on an oval pond and contains an abundance of physic plants, showcasing the continuing role of plants in contemporary pharmacology.
Built between 1775 and 1786, Bedford Square is the finest and most complete Georgian square in London and set the style for garden squares in the capital through the late 18th and early 19th centuries.
An iconic contemporary building designed by Japanese architects Maki & Associates, which opened in July 2018. The building includes six hanging gardens that represent key elements of classic Islamic garden design. PREBOOKING ONLY.