This is a nice park to visit during the autumn season but perhaps it is better to see during the warmer months when Travistock's trees are flush green and full of leaves, and when the garden flowers are in bloom.
We recently passed by Travistock and greatly enjoyed spending a bit of time here in the morning relaxing prior to making our way onward to the British Museum.
This small city park, like others in the area, opens at 7.30am and makes a nice place to have a rest to read the paper or enjoy a morning cup of coffee prior to your day of sightseeing.
The statues and monuments within the square also look nicer this time of year when they can be viewed against the darker green colours of surrounding vegetation.
We enjoy stopping by Travistock when visiting this area of the city. The square is usually quieter than larger area parks like Russell Square and Bloomsbury Square.
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.