St Dunstan in the East — a Garden in the City, London

The not-so-secret Central London hideaway that is St Dunstan-in-the-East; a former church (built circa 1100) that was bombed in WWII and subsequently transformed into a public garden.

We liked that although technically now an 'outdoor space' there was still a feeling of comfort and enclosure, and we still whispered as though we were in a church... Funny how places can make you do that. 

Free to enter. 

St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon
St Dunstan in the East in London photographed by Haarkon

Visit the City of London website to learn more about St Dunstan-in-the-East including opening times.