London Garden Tours
An amazing 47% of London is made up of green space, from grand Royal parks, historic formal squares and newly-created public spaces, to carefully tended private gardens and allotments. On our London Garden Tours we'll escape the frenetic pace of the city to explore some of London's most glorious green spaces.
London's Botanical Gardens
Explore two great botanical gardens: Chelsea Physic Garden, London's oldest botanical garden established on the banks of the Thames in 1673, and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew, developed in the 1700s and now globally renowned for its collection of trees, plants and seeds and its research.
London's Pocket Gardens
Discover delightful hidden gardens on our walk through the City of London, including a herb garden nestled beneath the remains of London's Roman wall, a rose garden laid out in the remains of a church destroyed during World War II and formal gardens in the heart of legal London.
Public Spaces - Old and New
Explore the formal garden landscaping of Kensington Gardens, the pleasure grounds of Regent's Park and the quirky planting and new public spaces created through the regeneration of Kings Cross. We'll walk around 7 to 8 miles on this tour.
Hampstead's Green Havens
Escape the bustle to discover a country idyll a stone's throw from the City. We'll enjoy the richly planted borders and intimate corners of Fenton House, explore Lord Leverhulme's magnificent pergola, take in views over parkland at Kenwood House and stride out across the wilds of Hampstead Heath, stopping for lunch at an historic pub along the way. We'll walk around 5 to 6 miles on this tour.
Day trips can also be organised to many beautiful gardens within a short distance of London. Examples include Blenheim Palace, Oxford's college gardens, Sissinghurst, Charleston, Leeds Castle, Chartwell and Great Dixter.