Fitzroy Square, Bloomsbury

Fitzroy Square, Bloomsbury, London W1T 6BP View on map

One of London's most elegant and best preserved 18th century squares, first laid out in 1794 by Robert Adam. Unusual tall fluted lighting columns. Recent environmental improvement works include closure of three sides of the square to traffic, removal of street clutter and pathways paved with York stone.


Opening Arrangements

Day and night throughout the year.


Best approached along Euston Road from east, turning left into Fitzroy Street or Conway Street. Rail: Warren Street or Great Portland Street (5 minutes walk). Bus: routes 18, 27, 30 and 205 run east/west along Euston Road; routes 88, 453 and C2 from Oxford Circus.

Parking Spaces


Use of public transport strongly recommended.

Disabled Access

  • Wheelchair access: Yes
  • Disabled Toilets: No
  • Assistance dogs: Yes