Gardens and parks in London

Tired of busy city living? Visit our small urban gardens in the heart of the city for a lunch-break, or our vast parks for weekend picnics, walks and cycle rides.

Mist rising over the white bridge at Morden Hall Park

Morden Hall Park

A park at the heart of the community

View across the lake towards the east front with the 'transparent' portico at Osterley, Middlesex

Osterley's parkland

Learn about Osterley Park, Middlesex, one of the last surviving country estates in London with woodland and an ancient meadow.

The Cherry Garden at Ham House, Surrey, seen from an upper floor window

The garden at Ham House

Discover the formal gardens at Ham House and admire the stunning walled kitchen garden, restored and planted with plants from the time when Duchess of Lauderdale lived at Ham.

The garden at Fenton House

Fenton House and Garden

Escape the busy city in the relaxing and enchanting garden at Fenton House, remarkably unchanged since the 1700s. There are fruit trees and a kitchen garden too.

Red House from the rose walk

The garden at Red House

Red House is surrounded by the large peaceful garden which is a wonderful oasis from urban Bexleyheath. Wander the leafy garden trail, play games on the lawn and follow red brick paths past the bothy into the orchard. You can purchase homegrown produce by the shed.