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Garden Museum, London

Categories: Gardens, History Museums, Nature & Parks, Museums
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2.9/5 based on 100+ reviews on the web
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  • I went by here in September 2016 and it is surrounded by hoarding with workmen in attendance. Seems to be closed for refurbishment. Not sure when it reopens. 
  • This was quite a hike to reach, but resulted in a very enjoyable visit. The things on display are rather interesting, they do have some special displays that vary, and the small gardens surrounding th...  read more »
  • Across Westminster Bridge from Big Ben had decided that 2 second time London had just around London city sights this time, so single-mindedly the "Thames" location of the walk to Lambeth bridge, from there it was just to the left. In the 14th-century Church Museum and gardens rather than Botanical Museum staff. Omitted here is an unusual Museum paid in London, so I might as well? This is the impression.
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  • The museum itself is probably only of interest to die-hard gardeners, with exhibits along the lines of 'spades through the ages' and 'seed packet designs of the 1950s'. There's certainly scope to do more to appeal to casual visitors. However, the cafe is exceptionally good, serving delicious home-made cake at very reasonable prices in a really nice setting. A few tables are available in the garden at the back, and on a nice day there's surely no nicer place to be in the area. Well worth a visit.
  • I came at the open square gardens weekend. I didn't actually visit the museum much. I would like to point thought that its cafe features two very lovely areas. One of them is indoors at the museum itself and the other one is outdoors in a very pleasant garden. Definitely worth coming back for this cafe alone!
  • I ashamed to say I have yet to explore the museum but I give the cafe five stars without question. I have had many a lunch in the museum cafe and each one utterly delicious. The soups are usually too tempting to miss but the tarts are lovely too. However, do leave room for cake, that is a must. Utterly delicious and usually with something great like courgette, butternut squash or beetroot thrown in.
  • Housed within a cathedral, I was impressed how well and beautifully the space is used to house this museum. You'll find out everything about gardening here and it was a great educational experience. I missed the flowering of the garden outside but I'll definitely be back for the next round!
  • A wonderful small museum with possibly the best vegetarian lunch in London. Also has some good open days and lectures There is an interesting adjacent walk with nature gardens to do on the way through Archbishops Park if you come from the roundabout at the end of Westminster Bridge.
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