This secret roof garden provides stunning views across London and brings colour to the top of an award-winning environmental building, transforming a simple sedum green roof into a full living roof designed for biodiversity. The garden, tended by volunteer award-winning gardeners, features wild plants to encourage a variety of wildlife including bee-friendly plants for the rooftop beehives. The garden has won many awards, including City in Bloom, the Most Innovative in Design Award and the Outstanding Food Growing, Commercial, and Gold Awards for the vegetable garden and the green roof.
Iconic views across London from the rooftop garden. Gardeners and beekeepers available to answer questions. Some ‘Just for Kids’ activities to inspire future gardeners. Food, tea, coffee, sandwiches and cakes for sale. Seating available.
The beautiful, secluded garden of the Stationers' Company returns after three years of the Hall's refurbishment. This hidden treasure in the heart of the City of London is an inspirational example of a shaded garden.
Drapers' Hall Garden is part of the original garden bought by the Drapers' Company from Henry VIII in 1543. Gates, walls and railings designed by Westminster Abbey surveyor Stephen Dykes Bower date from the 1970s.
Vast roof terrace with panoramic views of the River Thames and the City, and professionally managed formal gardens. Award-winning kitchen garden managed by volunteers, producing vegetables and edible flowers.
A hidden secret garden with a unique story and many delights in the planting. A small paved area includes a pond and fountain. Within the narrow space, climbers cover the walls and pots brim with foliage to create texture and colour.