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