1 review of St John's Square in English
St John’s Square is actually two smaller squares bisected by Clerkenwell Road; taken together they form a reasonably sizeable area, edged by a mixture of lovely and not-so-lovely buildings.
The north side is the nicer of the two - slightly larger, sunnier and mostly pedestrianised, it has seating area if you are having a lunchtime sandwich (or if you are lost and need a rest) opposite “The Docwra Family Memorial Gateway”.
The part of London has many links with The Monastic Order of the Knights Hospitallers of St John of Jerusalem (to give it its full title) and on the south side of the square is St John’s Gate, originally built in 1504, housing the Museum of the Order of St John.
There are plenty of places to eat and drink both on and just off the square, again with the better choices tending to be on the north side.
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