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Victoria Tower Gardens in London offers fine break from the lively crowds and routine life.


London victoria Tower Gardens

Victoria Tower Gardens

London Victoria Tower Gardens is adjacent to the Victoria Tower and is situated along the north bank of the River Thames in London. It is a small public park behind the Houses of Parliament and offers a quiet escape from the lively crowds. The Victoria Tower was purpose-built for keeping records after the great fire of 1834 destroyed the Palace of Westminster and almost all the House of Commons records.

Highlights of the Victoria Tower Gardens in London include the bronze sculpture of the Burghers of Calais made by Rodin in 1895 and the statue of Emmeline Pankhurst (1858-1928) the British suffragette, whose efforts won women the right to vote.

The London Victoria Tower Gardens, which extends southwards from the Palace of Westminster to Lambeth Bridge also forms part of the Thames Embankment. Situated at the southern end of the Gardens is an amazing stone wall with two modern style goats with kids.

Visiting The Victoria Tower Gardens London:

Address: Parliament Square, Westminster, London, SW1A 2NE

Nearest Underground Stations:
Westminster Tube (1 minutes)
St James's Park Tube (9 minutes)

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View the bronze sculpture of the Burghers of Calais & statue of Emmeline Pankhurst at the London Victoria Tower Gardens!