Park Crescent Railings, Park Crescent
Park Crescent Railings, Park Crescent, London W1B 1PE View on map
Railings surrounding a private communal garden at the north end of Portland Place. The garden contains a notable stature of the Duke of Kent and the Waterloo plane trees planted in the early 19th century. Forms a key part of John Nash's design concept.
The railings of the garden can be viewed externally at any reasonable time. The garden is open to the public annually for London Open Garden Squares weekend.
- Open on Heritage Open Day
In London's West End, at the north end of Portland Place. Underground: Immediately south of Regent's Park station. Bus: see http://.tfl.gov.uk
Advisable to use public transport.
- Wheelchair access: Partial
- Disabled Toilets: No
- Assistance dogs: Yes