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We aim to make London Open Gardens a fully inclusive event, but unfortunately some gardens do present access difficulties, especially for wheelchair users and people with limited mobility. View a list of gardens with no access or limited access for wheelchair users, or find full access details for each garden on its information page – you can find these by searching the garden listings.

All gardens allow working guide dogs and assistance dogs, on leads.

If you need the support of a carer or companion, we are happy to provide them with a complimentary ticket which can be booked online. Please contact our office on
020 7839 3969 or by email at office@londongardenstrust.org if you require any further assistance.

The following gardens are not wheelchair accessible:

Bramham Gardens
Branch Hill Allotments
Bunhill Fields Historic and Wildlife Garden
Clissold Community Garden
Core Landscapes community roof garden
Cornwall Gardens
The Coutts Skyline Garden
Emery Walker’s House
Eversheds Sutherland Vegetable Garden
Fulham Palace Meadows Allotments
Growing Space at Christ Church
The Master’s Garden
Merrick Square
Mona’s Garden
Nic’s Secret Garden and Plant Rescue Nursery
The Passage
Rosmead Garden
William Morris Society
World Peace Garden Camden

The following gardens may be challenging for wheelchair users, for example becuase of narrow paths and uneven surfaces:

Arvon Road Allotment Group Barnsbury Wood
49 Bankside
Bryanston Square
Bunhill Fields Historic and Wildlife Garden
Courtfield Gardens (West)
Crescent Garden
Earls Court Square
Fassett Square
Formosa Garden
The Growing Kitchen
Kensington Gardens Square
Lever Street Community Garden
Lincoln’s Inn Gardens
Montague Street Gardens
Prospect Walk Allotments
Roehampton Club
Southwark Cathedral Deanery
Triangle Garden