Open Gardens

For one day a year our garden is open to the public as part of the Open Garden Squares Scheme.

The Scheme allows people to visit several beautiful and charming private squares across London, of which Montagu Square is an outstanding, unspoiled example.

We always need volunteers to help man the gate, and offer tea and coffee to visitors.

More information at: OPENSQUARES.ORG


For one day a year our garden is open to the public as part of the Open Garden Squares Scheme.

The Scheme allows people to visit several beautiful and charming private squares across London, of which Montagu Square is an outstanding, unspoiled example.

We always need volunteers to help man the gate, and offer tea and coffee to visitors.

More information at: OPENSQUARES.ORG

Montagu Square

Montagu Square is in Marylebone, London. It is situated a little north of Marble Arch, between Edgware Road and Marylebone High Street. 

It was built as part of the Portman Estate between 1810 and 1815, along with Bryanston Square, a little to the west, and first leased to the builder David Porter. He named the square after his former benefactor, Mrs Elizabeth Montagu, when he was a chimney sweep.