Sir John Cass's Foundation Primary School EC3A 5DE
0.6 km / 0.4 miles
A vibrant school roof garden created with raised beds full of soft fruit and vegetables surrounded by bee-friendly planting.
Core Landscapes Community Plant Nursery and Garden E1 2JL
0.8 km / 0.5 miles
Beautiful movable pocket garden and plant nursery showing what can be done with upcycled materials, imagination and many pairs of hands. Tea and cakes, tours, music, craft activities, plants for sale - and more.
St Olave Hart Street Churchyard EC3R 7NB
0.9 km / 0.6 miles
Recently refurbished churchyard of medieval church rebuilt in the 15th century. Final resting place of Samuel Pepys and William Turner, 'the father of English botany'. Recent replanting includes several plants associated with Turner.
St Dunstan's in the East Church Garden EC3R 5DD
1.1 km / 0.7 miles
Claimed to be the most beautiful public garden in the City. An imaginative planting scheme among the ruined arches of the church bombed in WW2. A scene of romance and peace.
Museum of Methodism, John Wesley's House and Wesley's Chapel EC1Y 1AU
1.3 km / 0.8 miles
Originally part of the cemetery the grounds were created by John Wesley in 1778 when he built his house and chapel here. When you visit you can also explore our free museum and re-enactment event inside Wesley's house, a rare Georgian townhouse.