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London Wall Gardens


London Wall Gardens is an area of public open space adjacent to Tower Hill underground station, flanked by the best preserved fragment of the Roman City Wall, which runs c.68m from Trinity Place. To the west of the Roman Wall the ground level is lower, representing ground level in Roman times and within this area is a C19th composite statue based on two ancient monuments, with the head of Roman Emperor Trajan (AD98-117) and the body of Emperor Augustus.


Official Website


  • English Heritage

Visitor Access & Directions

Access Contact Details

Opening is unrestricted.


Tube: Tower Hill (District, Circle). DLR: Tower Gateway

  • Conservation Area
  • Reference: The Tower
  • Scheduled Ancient Monument
  • Reference: London wall


  • London Parks and Gardens Trust