"Coram's Fields" Parks and Gardens Tip by yooperprof

Parks and Gardens, London: 101 reviews and 117 photos

  Coram's Fields: No Adults
by yooperprof
 
 

Favorite thing: A special place for children in central London, Coram's Fields is not far to the east of the British Museum. It is a large public park and playground especially reserved for children - and their adult guests. The park was established through the generosity of Thomas Coram, an 18th century philanthropist who deeded the land to the public, with the provision that it be maintained for children in perpetuity.

About a five minute walk from the Russell Square tube.

Review Helpfulness: 3.5 out of 5 stars

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  • Updated Aug 27, 2004
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