The Garden Museum
Formed by the Tradescant Trust in the restored St Mary-at-Lambeth church in honour of the Tradescants gardeners to Charles I, and responsible for the introduction of many exotic plants into England. Permanent and temporary displays exploring themes on garden history, including chronology, tools and plant hunters - like the Tradescants - also related art exhibitions.
Daily 10.30am to 5pm. Saturday to 4pm.
Closed first Monday of every month
Telephone: 020 7401 8865
Address: Lambeth Palace Road, SE1
Website: Museum of Garden History
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