The Walks (Garden)
Gray’s Inn gardens are known as “The Walks” and were originally laid out in 1608 by the then Treasurer, Sir Francis Bacon, whose statue can be seen in the South Square. They remain among the largest private gardens in London: five acres of perfectly maintained park entered through a pair of impressive iron gates. The space provides a peaceful oasis amidst the busy streets of Central London and are available throughout the year. During the summer The Walks are equipped with a marquee suitable for a wide variety of summer events and al fresco dining. The Gardens offer a distinguished setting for both private and corporate celebrations; including barbecues, team building, cocktail receptions and weddings.