Chiswick House Kitchen Garden
The Kitchen Garden at Chiswick House was established in the 17th century, and today is a productive and vibrant hub for community groups, visitors and wildlife.
With the assistance of a team of dedicated volunteers, the gardeners grow a wide abundance of vegetables, fruit and flowers using organic principles and no-dig methods, that are then sold to visitors and donated to the community.
A diverse range of community groups from across Hounslow use garden as a meeting space for education, to improve their mental health and as the inspiration for a range of artworks.
Please note that:
- Chiswick House Kitchen Garden will be open to other members of the public purchasing a ticket directly from Chiswick House.
- London Open Gardens ticket holders gain free entry to the kitchen garden on presentation of their ticket.
- Entry to the house at Chiswick is not included in a London Open Gardens Ticket.
Kitchen Garden Team: Lauren Jennings & Stephen Histed
- Sunday 11:00–15:30
Garden tours with the Chiswick House gardeners, herbal tea infusions, salad tasting, workshops with a range of community groups and specialist volunteers, fresh produce and flowers for sale. The café serving hot and cold food and drinks and shop selling a variety of beautiful gifts and souvenirs are both located a short walk away within the wider gardens.
- Picnics allowed.
Dukes Avenue (5 minutes' walk to garden), Burlington Gate (10 minutes' walk to garden) .
Nearest postcode: W4 2QN
- Map of nearby bus stops
- Chiswick, Turnham Green
- Disabled toilet on site
- Fully accessible; access is through the Conservatory into the Kitchen Garden. Benches provided in the Conservatory and Kitchen Garden.
- Dogs on leads