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Garden Museum

Museums, History Lambeth
Garden Museum, Lambeth, press 2019

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The Garden Museum's permanent display includes a collection of antique tools exploring garden history as well as galleries dedicated to the design of gardens, and the garden in art. Temporary exhibitions and events take place here throughout the year. The Sackler Garden, inspired by John Tradescant – the intrepid plant hunter and gardener to Charles I – you'll find the tombs of the Tradescants and Admiral Bligh of the Bounty. The Museum also houses a restaurant on-site, the Garden Café, which serves lunch daily from 12-3pm.


Garden Museum says
The Garden Museum explores and celebrates the art, history and design of British gardens through its collection, exhibitions and garden.

Visitors will see a permanent display of paintings, tools, ephemera and historic artifacts: a glimpse into the uniquely British love affair with gardens.



Address: St Mary-at-Lambeth
Lambeth Palace Rd
Transport: Tube: Lambeth North/Waterloo/Westminster
Price: £10, £10 seniors, £10 students, free under-6s, Tower £3, Friends and Patrons of the Museum Free
Opening hours: Sun-Fri 10.30am-5pm; Sat 10.30am-4pm.
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