A seventeenth century enclosed garden. It was made, in 1673, as a garden in which to grow plants for medicinal purposes and, though it is still a botanical garden, has the appearance of an ornamental garden with regular walks. The garden's position near the Thames was chosen to allow non-native plants to grow in the warmer microclimate created by the river.
see website www.chelseaphysicgarden.co.uk
largest olive growing outside in UK
66 Royal Hospital Road, Chelsea, London, Greater London, England, SW3 4HS
April to October, 12pm - 5pm Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. ( late night openings every Wednesday in July and August. 12pm -8.30pm. Sundays, Bank Holidays and Good Friday, 12-6pm.
Adult £8.00, Child £5.00 (under 5)