Nice place to relax, just minutes from Oxford Street and Hyde Park.
First developed in 1717 and later popularised by English writers, Charles Dickens included!
The square has several benches, or a ping-pong table for active people. In the center of the square is the Written In Soap statue, which depicts Duke of Cumberland slowly degrading as it is actually made of soap. This is followed by other art pieces in this square, so go on and have a look.
The square is really close to the busiest parts of London, and places like Oxford Street and Hyde Park.
|John Princes St Oxford Circus||N137, 137, 189|
|Margaret Street Oxford Circus||N18, C2, 453, 88|
|Oxford Circus||Central line, Victoria line, Bakerloo line|
|Oxford Circus bus||N207, N98, N73, N7, 390, 98, 73, 10, 7|