Chelsea Physic Garden will remain open to visitors throughout lockdown. We are happy to be able to provide a green space for our local community. For safety reasons, there is an hourly limit on the number of Friends and visitors allowed in the Garden. For this reason, we will only allow entry with a valid pre-booked ticket for visitors, we also recommend that Friends reserve a free ticket. Our glasshouses are currently closed to the public. Please read our Visitor Guidelines for more information on how to book your ticket and what to expect when you visit.
     

Save our historic glasshouses

Help to save our historic glasshouses by donating to our Hothouse Challenge, set by The John Browne Charitable Trust. Together we are trying to raise the £1 million we need to preserve these structures and the rare plants they house.

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Author: Wendy Bowen

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Target amount: £250,000.00

Amount raised: £250,080.00

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Support the Garden during Covid-19

Please consider making a donation. Please renew your Friends' membership. Do visit our shop on your visit or buy from our online shop. Help us to keep the Garden growing.

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Author: Thomas Gilliford

Target amount: £0.00

Amount raised: £2,347.65

Opening times and prices

Book here for tickets to Chelsea Physic Garden. Information on our opening hours and admission prices.

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Location: 66 Royal Hospital Road,London,

Glasshouses

Our Foster and Pearson glasshouses are over a hundred years old. Glasshouses have a long tradition at the Garden, they've allowed many a gardener to cultivate exotic species for over 300 years.

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Author: Amy Byrne

Getting here by bike

You can get to the Garden by bike in 15 minutes from Clapham or Fulham, 20 minutes from Brixton, and 30 minutes from Shoreditch or Peckham.

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Author: Iain Houten

Friends' Membership

From just £40** a Friends' Membership subscription gives you access to Chelsea Physic Garden, The Christmas Fair, partner gardens, and helps preserve this historic garden for future generations.

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Author: Amy Byrne