Guy’s Memorial Gardens

by King's College London

The two quadrangles of the historic 18th century Guy’s Hospital have been planted with wild flowers and medicinal herbs.

Further down the mosaic tiled colonnade, a courtyard memorial garden commemorates the war dead of the hospital amid tailing lavender and beneath tall plane trees. The garden is overlooked by the library of the school of medicine.

Look west along Collingwood Street and see the 75m Orchard-Lisle Living Wall install by Team London Bridge in 2019.

Can you find…. an arch from the old London Bridge in which a seated statue of John Keats resides?