The Garden Museum was founded in 1977 in an attempt to rescue the ancient St Mary-at-Lambeth Church.
As well as being both historically and architecturally stunning, the Church was also the burial place on Britain’s first plant-hunter, John Tradescant. His tomb remains the centrepiece of a beautiful garden.
The interior of the building was renovated in 2008 into a modern events space, where it now hosts art exhibitions as well as talks, workshops and fairs.
It was redeveloped further from late 2015, but continue to host its great programme of cultural events and educational schemes.
Additional Opening Information
Opening hours currently dependent on events.
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