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- A small park at the end of Great Junction Street in Leith, with a play area for toddlers. There is a fine show of whitebeam that run round the boundary of the park.
- History and heritage
- Little Taylor Gardens was acquired by Edinburgh in 1920 under the Edinburgh Boundaries and Tramways Act. The Leith War Memorial, opened by Sir John Gilmour, then Secretary of State for Scotland in 1927, faces the park on the east side.
- Public Toilets
- Great Junction Street
Opening times: 10am-6pm.
Baby changing facilities available.
Disabled 24hr access. All toilets for the disabled require a RADAR key for access.
- Visitor information
- On Lothian Bus routes 22 and 10.
- Play facilities
- Play area for toddlers and juniors.