Plan your weekend


With over 100 gardens opening their gates on 11 and 12 June, there are green spaces to suit every visitor. Use our garden selector to plan your weekend by entering the types of garden you’d like to see, the area that interests you or the times when you’ll be visiting.



Browse gardens by area

Gardens are opening across 12 London Boroughs. Visit the information pages on each of these areas to browse the list of gardens and, for some Boroughs, download a self-guided walk route.

Garden map

Try our interactive map to browse all gardens opening across the capital.


Garden guides

Download the Information for Visitors guide or view and download a range of online garden guide booklets which collate groups of gardens across the capital with a similar theme or focus. Booklets are available on the following themes:

You will also be able to browse our self-guided walks booklet and choose smaller areas to explore at your leisure (coming soon).

Today’s featured gardens

Prospect Walk Allotments E2 New

Open Saturday: 10:00–15:00
Open Sunday: 10:00–15:00

Allotments created in 1974 from post-war bomb site. Site comprises individual allotment plots, a wildlife area and communal garden border. Plant and seed sales, some refreshments.


Barbican Wildlife Garden, Fann Street EC2

Open Saturday: 10:00–17:00
Open Sunday: 10:00–17:00

This award-winning wildlife garden is a unique nature conservation site, which is tended by volunteers from the Barbican Wildlife Group to enhance biodiversity in the City.


Chester Square Garden SW1

Open Saturday: 10:00–16:30

Prize-winning early Victorian garden restored in 1997 to the 1867 layout. Rope-edged tiles and some original trees survive. Former residents include the poet Matthew Arnold and author Mary Shelley.