Victorian Gardens located in Edinburgh's World Heritage Site

Welcome to Belgrave Crescent Gardens Website

Welcome to Belgrave Crescent Gardens – a private, Victorian garden located in Edinburgh’s World Heritage Site. These historic gardens are owned by local residents and funded by annual assessment. The Gardens cover over seven acres and extend from Belgrave Crescent down to the Water of Leith - a unique urban landscape in the heart of Scotland’s capital city. The Gardens have provided a community focus in the life of its members for almost 150 years. They afford spectacular views towards Edinburgh Castle and the Water of Leith including Thomas Telford’s Dean Bridge. Attractions include two children’s play areas, seating, a barbeque area, several beautiful walkways, lawns, wooded areas and formal flower beds. The Gardens are managed by a committee of residents and a team of professional gardeners.