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.
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)
about 6 years by BjÃ¶rn 4 / 5A real little nugget in Chelsea, next to the Thames
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