A 4.5-acre private Victorian garden designed by George Basevi in 1826 and now restored to the 1867 layout. Modern statues. Garden guide. Refreshments and entertainment.
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.
One of London's premier addresses, with gardens that won Gold Award in the 2016 London in Bloom. Music and Punch & Judy. Drinks & refreshments. Sculptures. Garden information.
A stunning asymmetric mirrored courtyard, with Moroccan tiles and fragrant plants. Fresh cakes, tea and coffee available to take away. A small exhibition of cocoa pods and bean-to-bar process on show.
An addition by Thomas Cundy to the original 1821 Wyatt plan for Belgravia. Planted with a white theme. Modern sculpture mixes with imposing London plane trees.
Garden of 1930s luxury residential complex with later additions, including a dolphin fountain, Moroccan garden and herb gardens. On-site restaurant and bar.
Prize-winning three-acre garden square planned in 1828 by Thomas Cubitt (1788–1855). Over the past 30 years the whole garden has been replanted to give year-round interest.
Pioneering 1960s and 1970s low-rise, high-density housing estate. Parts listed grade II*. Green Flag award winner. Mediterranean areas, various borders, wild areas and bedding. Children's playground. Plant sale. Light refreshments.
Part of Thomas Cubitt's Pimlico development, laid out in the early 1840s, with a vista towards St Gabriel's Church. Imaginative children's play area created from two Victorian mounds.
Garden shared by residents of 10 Downing Street, constructed in 1736. Large lawn, flowerbed, vegetable patch, view of St James's Park. Only visitors already selected by ballot.
Carlton House Terrace Gardens are built on the site of the Prince Regent's former London residence and were laid out in 1830. The gardens have retained much of their 19th century character, with serpentine paths, trees and shrubs.
Leafy rooftop garden with sweeping views, ancient olive trees, espalier apple and pear trees, seasonal flowers and salad, herb and vegetable beds.
Built by Sir Christopher Wren in 1709-11, this magnificent house is now the working headquarters of the Commonwealth Secretariat and the Commonwealth Foundation. The garden has been largely maintained in its original 18th-century form.
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