At Coutts Skyline Garden
The brainchild of executive chef Peter Fiori, who will accompany the tours, the garden lies on each side of a narrow walkway around the roof. It offers excellent views over the Strand, St Martin-in-the-Fields and Nelson’s Column.
Tours will be available on Saturday 8 June. Places will be allotted only by public ballot, open till 16th May.
The Museum of Architecture's School for Creative Thinkers, the team behind the Victoria & Albert's Gingerbread House making, presents its Woodland Creature House and Garden-making Workshop. Create your own unique miniature house and garden, planting the landscape and arranging the surroundings from natural materials. Learn how landscape and architecture work together to make inviting spaces for their inhabitants, and take home your living creation.
Foraging has become all the rage over the last few years, but have you ever thought about what you can forage from your own back garden? Meet RHS Chelsea gold medal winner Juliet Sargeant, and former chef to Pavarotti, Samantha Matthews, for a unique garden talk and tasting menu. Learn how many of the plants we grow for looks can also be great for eating, including lime leaves and sedums, hostas, and lavender. Try five unusual flavour combinations and leave with plenty of inspiration to try edible plants at home.
Our guided walks, led by experienced London tour guides, explore the significance of green spaces to London's architecture, culture and history and tie together a number of gardens within one geographical area. Details available from 30th April.
Cycling tours give an overview of London's green network and pass through some of the city's greenest and most characterful streets. Further details »