The Sackler Garden at the Garden Museum London

Landscaper/landscape architect, Christopher Bradley-Hole had the challenge of redesigning the front of the garden at the former Church of St Mary-at-Lambeth in 2017. Garden designer Dan Pearson was assigned the role of redevelopment on the east end of the church, the Sackler Garden. At the centre of the garden are the tombs of John Tradescant, an English naturalist, gardener, collector and traveller and also Captain William Bligh, an officer of the Royal Navy and colonial administrator. The garden boasts an abundant mix of lemons, wild strawberries, figs, acanthus, asarabacca, cimicifuga, jasmine and more. The courtyard was inspired by the concepts of ‘oasis’ and ‘Eden’ and is embedded by woodland.

The Sackler Garden at the Garden Museum London

Lambeth Palace Road,



Garden open :

Monday-Thursday: 08.00 - 17.00

Friday: 08.00 - 21.00

Saturday: 09.00 - 16.00

Sunday 09.00 - 17.00

Closed on the first Monday of every month. Christmas day and Boxing day.