You don’t have to look hard here to find a tranquil green space to transport you from London’s bustle.
As winter envelopes the Garden, the warming festive scent of mulled wine welcomes you to this year’s Christmas Fair. At this traditional event in the Garden’s calendar you can peruse an abundance of tempting gifts and lavish treats for your friends and family.
John Gibson, the designer of Battersea Park, redesigned the gardens in 1860, along with the South Grounds – famous as the site of the Chelsea Flower Show in May.
There are several small, pleasant gardens near the Thames.
A quiet space to sit and escape the buzz of the King’s Road.
The gardens next to St Luke’s Church have beautiful flower displays, a playground and a games area.
This garden commemorates the former riverside pleasure gardens which opened in 1845 and closed in 1877.