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Maggie's West London

Hammersmith

The garden at Maggie’s West London was designed by the great Dan Pearson in 2008. It is now a well-established space offering therapy and peace to those affected by cancer each year. The gardens surround the vivid orange walls of the Centre. The path leading to the Centre meanders through scented beds and mature trees. Visitors have access to various courtyards with a wonderful array of flora including fig trees, grape vines and even a mature pink silk mimosa.
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    The garden at Maggie’s West London in Hammersmith was designed and created by the great Dan Pearson in 2008, to work alongside the award-winning building designed by Lord Richard Rogers.

    Now, some eleven years on, it is a well-established outdoor space offering therapy and peace to tens of thousands of visitors affected by cancer each year. The well-tended gardens carefully envelop the vivid orange walls of the Centre, sheltering it from the busy Fulham Palace Road and from the towering hospital behind.

    The path leading to the Centre takes visitors on a meandering journey, through scented beds and mature trees, leaving behind the clinical sterility of the hospital. Upon reaching the Centre itself, visitors then have access to various courtyards and roof-gardens, with a wonderful array of flora including fig trees, grape vines and even a mature pink silk mimosa.

    These are so much more than gardens at Maggie's; they are therapy rooms and breathing space, reinforcing the importance of the natural world in the healing process for anyone affected by cancer.

    Cake and tea will be provided to guests visiting as part of the NGS, and a suggested donation of £5 will directly benefit the Centre.

Maggie's West London- Canceled

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On this day, this garden is open by arrangement, which means that you will have to contact the owner to arrange visits for groups.

Pre-booking essential, please go to our events page to book your tickets.

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Miss Anna Wall-Budden

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How to find us

Maggie's West London
Charing Cross Hospital
Fulham Palace Road
Hammersmith
London
W6 8RF

Accessibility information

Ground floor gardens & courtyards are accessible. Roof gardens not accessible.

More about Maggie's West London

The garden at Maggie’s West London in Hammersmith was designed and created by the great Dan Pearson in 2008, to work alongside the award-winning building designed by Lord Richard Rogers.

Now, some eleven years on, it is a well-established outdoor space offering therapy and peace to tens of thousands of visitors affected by cancer each year. The well-tended gardens carefully envelop the vivid orange walls of the Centre, sheltering it from the busy Fulham Palace Road and from the towering hospital behind.

The path leading to the Centre takes visitors on a meandering journey, through scented beds and mature trees, leaving behind the clinical sterility of the hospital. Upon reaching the Centre itself, visitors then have access to various courtyards and roof-gardens, with a wonderful array of flora including fig trees, grape vines and even a mature pink silk mimosa.

These are so much more than gardens at Maggie's; they are therapy rooms and breathing space, reinforcing the importance of the natural world in the healing process for anyone affected by cancer.

Cake and tea will be provided to guests visiting as part of the NGS, and a suggested donation of £5 will directly benefit the Centre.

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