Situated on the River Thames, next to Lambeth Palace, the Garden Museum provides the perfect location for your next event.
The Museum is housed in the former church of St.Mary-at-Lambeth. The original church dates from 1062 and has be redesigned over the centuries. The existing building dates back to the Medieval period with the interior featuring many Victorian embellishments. The colourful stained glass wndows were installed in the 1950s following wartime bomb damage.
The Museum’s garden provides a wonderful escape from the hustle and bustle of central London and is an ideal setting for a pre-dinner drinks reception or a barbeque. The Garden’s focal point is the beautiful 17th Century inspired knot garden, which creates the perfect romantic setting for wedding photography.
on site facilitiesPlaces of Interest
off site facilitiesRiver
equipmentLectern, PA System
restaurantsThe Garden Cafe
addressLambeth Palace Rd,
The Museum of Garden History is located on Lambeth Palace Rd, next to Lambeth Palace. We are situated on the opposite side of the river to the Houses of Parliament. The Museum is within walking distance from the following tube stations: Waterloo, Westminster, Vauxhall and Lambeth North. Buses from each of these tube stations run to the Museum.
- M4 JCT 1 (6.9 miles)
- M1 JCT 1 (7 miles)
- M4 JCT 2 (7.5 miles)
nearest train station
- London Waterloo (0.6 miles)
- Vauxhall (0.6 miles)
- Waterloo East (London) (0.7 miles)
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