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Hampstead Garden Suburb Gardens

A unique opportunity to explore one of the best known garden suburbs in England. Surrounded by ancient woods and adjacent to Hampstead Heath. Noted for its Arts and Crafts architecture. A riot of colour and array of planting schemes behind the artisan cottages, emerging from the borrowed woodland landscape beyond. Discover a hidden allotment site enclosed within the Suburb’s signature hedges. Many gardens can be accessed through a network of leafy twittens, or footpaths, that traverse the Suburb. Take afternoon tea by the village green. Specialist nurseries, and home propagated plants for sale.
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    A unique opportunity to explore one of the best known garden suburbs in England. Hampstead Garden Suburb is an oasis of sylvan restfulness in the midst of a city. Surrounded by ancient woods and adjacent to Hampstead Heath, the Suburb is noted for its Arts and Crafts architecture, surrounding Central Square as laid out by Sir Edwin Lutyens. In the gardens behind the Artisan’s cottages discover a riot of colour and array of planting schemes, seamlessly emerging from the borrowed woodland landscape beyond. Discover a hidden allotment site enclosed within the Suburb’s signature hedges. Take a walk from the top of Erskine Hill, through Big Wood where Henry VIII hunted game, to two gardens in Oakwood Road. Many of the gardens can be accessed through a network of leafy twittens, or footpaths, that traverse the Suburb. Take afternoon tea by the village green. Plant sales. Suburb In Bloom & The London Gardens Society Award Winning Gardens.
    Nikolaus Pevsner described Hampstead Garden Suburb as “the most nearly perfect example of that English invention and speciality, the garden suburb”. Come and explore it for yourself.
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Features and Attractions

London Gardens' Society award winning gardens 86 Willifield Way, 48 Erskine Hill and 4 Asmuns Hill. 74 Willifield Way, 32 Wordsworth Walk & 94 Oakwood Road are regular winners of Suburb in Bloom.

Press and Media Coverage

Featured in The English Garden 2017.

Hampstead Garden Suburb Gardens- Canceled

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How to find us

Hampstead Garden Suburb Gardens
London
NW11 6YJ

Golders Green.
  • More detailed directions
    Car A1 & A406 Henley's Corner. Tube Golders Green, Bus H2, 82,102,460 to Temple Fortune. Tickets & map from Fellowship House, Willifield Way via Hampstead Way.
Accessibility information

Partial wheelchair access to several gardens.

More about Hampstead Garden Suburb Gardens

A unique opportunity to explore one of the best known garden suburbs in England. Hampstead Garden Suburb is an oasis of sylvan restfulness in the midst of a city. Surrounded by ancient woods and adjacent to Hampstead Heath, the Suburb is noted for its Arts and Crafts architecture, surrounding Central Square as laid out by Sir Edwin Lutyens. In the gardens behind the Artisan’s cottages discover a riot of colour and array of planting schemes, seamlessly emerging from the borrowed woodland landscape beyond. Discover a hidden allotment site enclosed within the Suburb’s signature hedges. Take a walk from the top of Erskine Hill, through Big Wood where Henry VIII hunted game, to two gardens in Oakwood Road. Many of the gardens can be accessed through a network of leafy twittens, or footpaths, that traverse the Suburb. Take afternoon tea by the village green. Plant sales. Suburb In Bloom & The London Gardens Society Award Winning Gardens.
Nikolaus Pevsner described Hampstead Garden Suburb as “the most nearly perfect example of that English invention and speciality, the garden suburb”. Come and explore it for yourself.
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