Garden Museum is Vibrant this Autumn!
Gardening is a wonderful part of British culture that combines love for nature and a disciplined lifestyle.
Garden Museum hosts various events and exhibitions on the art and history of gardening. It was founded 40 years ago by Rosemary Nicholsan, who was a passionate gardener and an active civil society member of the Lambeth community. This autumn, the museum will host a lecture series on “Landscape Design” Every Tuesday from 7:00 – 8:30, another garden designer will talk about their work and how they collaborate with people from discipline such as craftsmans, wine makers, architects and artists. The ticket prices range from 20£ to 25£, depending on the museum membership. Also this autumn, the museum will display the winner photos of the The National Garden Scheme Photography Competition. The competition received over 1,000 photos of fantastic flowers and green landscapes. The display will run from 18th of October to 3rd of December and will be free and open to all. During winter, the museum will host an exhibition on John Brookes who is an author of 25 books on gardening and landscape design. He designed gardens all over the world and taught classes on gardening at 6 of the 7 continents. Throughout the year, the Garden museum offers learning sessions for primary and secondary school children on the methods of gardening.
Adress: Lambeth Palace Rd, Lambeth, London SE1 7LB
Tel: 020 7401 8865