GRAY’S INN GARDENS
Gray’s Inn Gardens, London WC1
Please use the entrance via Fulwood Place (nearest Tube Chancery Lane)
This venue is one of the largest private gardens in London, with five acres of perfectly-maintained park, entered through a pair of impressive iron gates.
Gray’s Inn Gardens are known as “The Walks”, and were designed in 1606 by the then Treasurer, Sir Francis Bacon, best known as a leading figure in natural philosophy, and for his book The Advancement of Learning, which is synonymous with the Scout philosophy of helping young people reach their full potential by the development of their skills.