Garden Map Revealed
The gardens that will be open for 2016 can be seen here
A wonderful day out
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Tickets are £10 per adult for entry to all gardens.
Children under 16 go free.
Tickets can be purchased here.
More than ten lovely private gardens in the picturesque village of Petersham will be open for charity. The variety of gardens on show, from the grand and the ornate to the modern landscaped minimalist and the picture-box perfect country-garden, offers something for every garden lover.
Location & Transport
The gardens are all located within walking distance of each other near River Lane TW10 7AG and the Petersham Gate entrance to Richmond Park.
There is no parking in the village but it is well served by public transport. It's also a lovely walk from Richmond town centre along the tow path by the river. More information.
What visitors said last time
After the phenomenal success of the 2014 event with 90% of visitors likely to recommend the event to friends, we are excited to announce details of this year’s unmissable biennual event. Here’s what some of our visitors had to say:
“It was absolutely wonderful to see the other side of these beautiful houses.”
“It was so well organised and everyone was so friendly.”
“Absolutely stunning. A wonderful glimpse into this rural idyll so near London”
Teas, Homemade Cakes & BBQ
TEAS and delicious homemade cakes will be on sale the Village Hall in Bute Avenue kindly provided by the Ham & Petersham WI. There will also be lovely teas & cakes at Petersham Lodge in River Lane. We also plan to have a BBQ outside the Village Hall if the weather is kind to us. More information.
St Peter's Church & other things to do
St. Peter's Church will be open for visitors and church guides will be in attendance. Conducted tours of the churchyard will also take place every hour from which visitors can get an insight into the social history of Petersham from the 1600's.
There are many other things to do in the area from House to Richmond Park. More information.