Queen Square was constructed in the early 18th century, situated in the garden of British MP Sir John Cutler.
Located approximately 10 minutes walk from the Crescent Hotel of London, Queen Square is near to many of Bloomsbury’s medical institutions.
Many of the mansions that surrounded Queen Square have been repurposed as medical institutions, with UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology and Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children located to the north and east of the square, respectively.
Many other facilities connected to the education, research and provision of healthcare are located at Queen Square, with a number of them devoted to neurology and neurosurgery.
The garden boasts a wealth of mature trees, lush lawns and has numerous types of flowers on display throughout the year.
Queen Square is frequented by locals, tourists and visitors to the nearby hospitals, while one of London’s most famous pubs, The Queens Larder, is located to the south-west corner of the square.