Bunhill Fields Overview

Bunhill Fields is one of the hidden tourist places in London, situated in the London Borough of Islington. Today, Bunhill Fields extends over four acres of land but traditionally, they covered a much larger area. The land was used as a burial ground between the years of 1665 to 1854 and holds around 2,000 monuments to this day.

It holds the graves of several notable people, including famous poets and writers like John Bunyan, Daniel Defoe, and William Blake, among several others. When in the area, you can walk around this historical park and learn more about the Quaker movement and all the famous personalities buried there. Explore this enriching experience with our best Europe packages.


38 City Rd, London EC1Y 2BG, United Kingdom


Monday - Friday: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM

Entry Fee:

Free entrance

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