London Parks & Gardens protects our green capital. We help everyone to appreciate and access historic green spaces from our home at the iconic Duck Island Cottage in St James’ Park, SW1.
We welcome you to discover the history of London’s parks and gardens through our Inventory. Through our regular series of talks and our publications, you can also learn about the people that have shaped London’s parks and gardens and ongoing management challenges.
There are lots of opportunities to get involved as a volunteer, such as researching and recording; or helping to campaign to protect London’s precious landscapes.
Or get more involved and join our Trustees – we are currently recruiting for a new Chair.
Tickets are on sale now.
Our Photo of the Month
June mean London Open Gardens 2023, a highlight of the London Parks & Gardens year. For this month we feature Walworth Garden, one of the star community gardens taking part in London Open Gardens. Walworth also recently featured on Gardeners World as part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2023.
You can find out more about this and many other special gardens, parks and green spaces through our online Inventory.
If you would like to enter an image for our website, send your photos of London’s parks and gardens to us on Twitter or Instagram and we may feature you on our home page.
Members, volunteers and supporters are all vital to the future of the charity. Learn more about how you can get involved and be part of the wonderful work of the charity.
We are counting down to London Open Gardens 2023 taking place on 10th and 11th June. Make sure you book your tickets now to take advantage of our special guided walks and tours.
We champion the protection of historic green spaces for the benefit of everyone. We receive weekly lists of projects that may impinge on historic green spaces that our volunteers review and respond, where possible. Our current campaign is to protect Victoria Tower Gardens.