The quiet retreat inspired by Persian garden traditions
Stroll along Lewis Cubitt Walk and tucked behind the Aga Khan Centre, you’ll find Jellicoe Gardens. Light, shadow and water come together in this newly opened garden to create a tranquil, reflective space.
The gardens pay tribute to Sir Geoffrey Jellicoe (1990-1996), the renowned architect and garden designer. A Camden resident, Sir Geoffrey was a founding member of the Landscape Institute and campaigned to save St Pancras Station in the 1960s.