Named after Lord Berkeley, this square became the subject of a famous song - "A Nightingale Sang In Berkeley Square" and is reported to be home to one of London's most haunted houses.
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Mount Street Gardens
Mount Street Gardens are a tranquil haven - a perfect place to come and relax on one of the memorial benches.
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Grosvenor takes its name from the wealthy Grosvenor family that owns much of Mayfair. This large square has strong links to the USA with the Embassy on the western side, and statues and monuments in the Square with special US significance.
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Hanover Square was developed in the 1700s, and mostly been redeveloped or reconstructed since that time although some original buildings remain.
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Brown Hart Gardens
This a public square that sits above an electricity substation. The garden is 10,000 sq ft in size and has been recently redeveloped and now includes an excellent cafe. A new luxury hotel opened adjacent to the gardens in 2014.
Green Park isn't strictly in Mayfair but it is just off Piccadilly on Mayfair's southern border. This popular 47-acre park is always home to people relaxing and playing. The park's existence is recorded as far back as 1554, and since then it's had various uses with a multitude of interesting buildings being in the park grounds at various points in its history, but now the park is a glorious wide open space.
Travelling across the Park from Piccadilly will bring out out at Buckingham Palace, at the end of Pall Mall.
External Link: Visit the Royal Parks' website about Green Park