Tucked away beside the Thames, Chelsea Physic Garden is the oldest botanic garden in London and houses around 5,000 different medicinal, herbal, edible, and useful plants. Read more
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A Chelsea Physic Garden membership makes a unique gift and is a perfect gift for Mother's Day.
Hidden in the heart of London, Chelsea Physic Garden is a beautiful and magical setting for your special day.
We are looking for enthusiastic people who can commit a regular amount of time each month to join our volunteer team and give valuable support to the Garden.
Spend a relaxed spring or summer afternoon with exclusive use of the beautiful Chelsea Physic Garden for your private Garden Party. A day in the garden with family and friends is a special and memorable way to celebrate.
We offer activity days for a range of ages and abilities - covering a great selection of topics:- from herbology to zoology, sculpture to chocolate and, of course, gardening.
The Easter bunny will be hopping around Chelsea Physic Garden this Easter.
Follow the bunny trail around the Garden
Each Entry will receive Rococo chocolate Easter eggs
Join our Head Gardener, or another member of the senior gardening team to explore areas of the Garden that are not usually open to the public.
With help from some of the world’s most prominent plants-people, you can join Michael Perry (aka Mr. Plant Geek) on an hour’s visual journey through the fascinating plant world! We’ll look at plants with super powers, plants that move themselves, plants with sexual prowess, plants that smell of weird things, and lots lots more! Read more
This one-day workshop is the first of a 5-part course to give you a grounding in looking after yourself using foods and herbs. It will cover the basics of: herbal therapeutics, identifying mint and other plant families, basic food self-care, remedy making: herb chewing, herbal tea, breakfast smoothie and herb crush. Read more
The Historical Walk, laid out along the western side of the garden has been planted to show the work of some of the best known people associated with The Chelsea Physic Garden’s history, through plants introduced or first named by them. Read more