Coronavirus (COVID-19) Update
Gatherings in the garden of more than two people practicing social distancing are prohibited (unless all are from the same household), per Government guidelines. On a more neighbourly note, the dramatic increase in use of the garden is wonderful and by following lockdown rules we can ensure that even our most vulnerable residents have a safe and socially distanced space to be outdoors. For further updates, please see the Residents page.
London's Royal Crescent
Royal Crescent Garden is an award-winning private garden square in Notting Hill, west London. It’s one of more than one hundred garden squares in the Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea.
As laid out in the Town Gardens Protection Act of 1863, Royal Crescent Garden is wholly funded by residents via an annual levy. A garden committee made up of volunteer residents sets this levy each year, and manages the maintenance of the garden.
The garden is open to visitors every year in June during the Open Garden Squares Weekend — otherwise access is limited to residents.