The Victoria Tower gardens is located on the banks of the famous London river, The Thames, on the north side of London. It got its name derived from the Victoria Tower which is located adjacent to it. It's also a part of Thames Embankment as it is between Thames river and Millbank.
The main features of the park are the sculpture reproduction, 'The Burghers of calais' (which was once owned by France), Suffragette Emmeline Pankhurst, a state built in 1930, the famous Buxton Memorial Fountain and a stone wall with kids and two modern-style goats.
The transport facilities are easily available from Westminster and Pimlico which are underground stations. The park covers a big area that it extends from Thames river to Lambeth Bridge. So, you can visit many places in between. This Garden is quite a old one but its sculptures are cherishing.