Lincoln’s Inn Fields is one of the largest public squares in London and the oldest in Camden. There has been public open space here since at least the 12th century. The square was famously laid out by Inigo Jones in the 17th century and later enclosed in 1735 under an Act of Parliament. It was opened to the public after its acquisition by London Country Council in 1895.
Short walk from Holborn underground station and a short walk to Chancery Lane tube station. These stations rest on the Central and Piccadilly lines collectively.
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