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Soho Square

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Time Out says

Is it the home of Tudor hobbits, or the cover for a secret tunnel to Buckingham Palace? Well, currently it’s basically London’s fanciest garden shed, but Soho Square’s two-storey central hut does act as an emergency fire escape for a 3,200 sq ft underground bunker from WW2. Aside from that mysterious structure at its centre, Soho Square is essentially just a decent green space in an area otherwise lacking in them. No surprise that it fills up with alfresco lunchers and drinkers as soon as the sun peeps out.



Address: Soho Square
Transport: Nearest tube: Tottenham Court Road, Oxford Circus, Piccadilly Circus
Price: Free
Opening hours: 8am-dusk daily
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A small green patch of tranquillity in the bustling Soho, which dates back to 1681. It's a great spot to hang out for a quick bite and soak in the rare British sun. The park features a statue of Charles II in the park, who the park was originally named after, King Square, as well as Tudor-style (although not original Tudor) gardener's hut in the centre of the park, which houses the electrical substation. During WWII the hut was used as a bomb shelter.     

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