Jubilee Gardens, Lambeth
Jubilee Gardens is a public park on the South Bank in the London Borough of Lambeth. Created in 1977 to mark the Silver Jubilee of Elizabeth II, the site was formerly used for the Dome of Discovery and the adjacent Skylon during the Festival of Britain in 1951. A multi million pound redevelopment of the park was completed in May 2012, just before the Diamond Jubilee of Elizabeth II and the 2012 Summer Olympics, in order to transform it from a state of grassland to a mature looking park with trees and hills. Queen Elizabeth II reopened the gardens in October 2012. 
The park is the site of a memorial to the casualties of the International Brigades of the Spanish Civil War, especially the British Battalion which took very heavy casualties. The park's neighbours are the London Eye, the Shell Centre, County Hall and the River Thames.
In jubilee gardens there are often meet ups which happen every Saturday through social media, these meet-ups consist of people aged 14-21 socializing and getting drunk. Recently, people involved in the meet-ups have been in trouble for breaking branches off the trees in the gardens and notably breaking a glass window.
International Brigades Memorial with LCC building. Stays for the London Eye can also be seen.
London Eye and LCC building from the middle of Jubilee Gardens, in its former state as grassland.
View of Jubilee Gardens before redevelopment, with Hungerford Bridge in background.
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