Bunhill Fields Garden

Quaker Gardens is a part of the land which Quakers originally bought in 1661 for all London burials. It was the first freehold property owned by Quakers in London, and was in use as a burial ground until 1855. 12,000 Quakers were buried here including George Fox (1624-1691), founder of the Religious Society of Friends (Quakers).

Image: Quaker rose in full bloom in the gardens. 

Quaker Gardens is maintained by members and attenders at Bunhill Fields Quaker Meeting for public enjoyment.

Informal gardening activities take place after Meeting for Worship on the first Sunday of the month and everyone is  welcome to join in.

Image: Recent visitors in Quaker Gardens.