Along the northern boundary of the sunken grassed area of the Tower Moat is a pedestrian walkway that runs around the moat. A steep bank of planting forms the northern boundary of the walkway with an area of public garden in the east corner, with grass, trees, shrub beds and seating.
The Tower of London and the area around it was formerly part of the Liberties of the Tower. The public gardens were laid out in 1888 by Fanny Wilkinson, landscape gardener of the MPGA.
Visitor FacilitiesThere is unrestricted access to the pedestrian walkway.
- Access & Directions
Access Contact DetailsThere is unrestricted access to the pedestrian walkway.
DirectionsTube: Tower Hill (District, Circle). DLR: Tower Gateway. Bus: 15, 42, 78, 100, RV1.
- Associated People
Just one person associated to Tower Gardens