Ticket to Kitchen Garden
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Enjoy exploring the beautiful kitchen garden at Chiswick with this ticket
With this ticket, you have access to the beautiful kitchen gardens, where you can enjoy a peaceful stroll while you explore the many gorgeous surroundings.
Building on its 350-year history, the walled Kitchen Garden is a thriving, productive space within the 65-acre Chiswick Gardens. It’s where community groups meet, garden, get creative and feel at ease. It’s where broad range of produce is grown, sold and donated to local food charities.
A walled haven, it is a space for visitors to find peace and inspiration, experience seasonal produce growing and see gardeners at work!
What will you experience when you visit?
- Talk to and see our gardeners at work
- Watch the garden change from week to week
- Taste and pick opportunities
- Fresh produce in the Conservatory's pop-up shop or weekly produce market on Saturdays from April
Home to tranquil paths, lush green flora and marvellous architecture, a visit to Chiswick House's Kitchen Garden makes a fine spot for a memorable walk indeed!
- Café & shop
- Wheelchair access
- Dog bags
- Paid parking
- This ticket is only for the kitchen garden. This ticket does not give access to Chiswick House. There is a ticket option for both the house and gardens.
- Cyclists are allowed in the grounds but please keep to the tarmacked paths at the edge of the Gardens and don’t cycle on the grass and walking paths within the Gardens.
- Due to London’s Streetspace plan, Staveley Road and Burlington Road have restrictions entry for non-residents.
- The 65-acre gardens are open daily from 7am until dusk all year round and entry is free.
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