Experience our fascinating range of walks talks and workshops for adults and family activity days for children. Our popular Thursday Supper Talks return with an interesting range of speakers and topics.
Please note, we are unable to refund or transfer tickets for our events and workshops.
Grow a hop plant this spring and summer and then when you harvest the flowers in September, our friends at Mondo Brewery will make it into a delicious brew of ale. You'll have some drinkable dividends on your initial investment. It's not too late to sign up in April. Read more
This one day workshop will be dedicated to painting roses in Japanese ink and watercolour. With artist, Talia LehaviRead more
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.
Renowned topiary pruning specialist Jake Hobson and his Niwaki team present three short films, beautifully shot and edited by young film maker Soeda Koehei.
This event includes a glass of wine and the chance to see the Garden after hours.Read more
In ‘Journey of an Apprentice’, artist Tom Sargeant talks to Karoline Newman about how carving is in his DNA, the tradition of letter carving and the invaluable support provided by a Lettering Arts Trust apprenticeship that enabled a fledgling artist to flourish.Read more
This award-winning 4-day course, spread over 2018 is for anyone interested in healing plants and foods, health, gardening or working with communities. It includes discussion, tasting and identifying healing plants, practical remedy making and assessing your own health and diet. It’s about the pleasure of sharing knowledge, growing, eating, drinking and turning that plant into a simple remedy!
It covers: digestive discomforts, sleep & anxiety, skin, coughs, colds and allergies.Read more
Join this fascinating course to better understand how digestion works, understanding common digestive problems, plant actions, how to identify parsley (and/or cabbage) plant family, food & herb knowhow kit, remedy making: grain/pulse dish, digestive decoction, mucilage powder mix and pesto.Read more
Why does your gin and tonic glow in the dark?
Which country drinks the most wine?
What is Cenosillicaphobia?
Come and find out at the ‘Beverages, Bubbles and Brews Pub Quiz with a difference’ at the Chelsea Physic Garden on Tuesday 15th May 2018.
Scientists, chefs and gardeners will tax your team’s food and drink knowledge.
Food will be by Tom Kerridge’s new catering company ‘Lush’ (the team behind the two Michelin starred restaurant The Hand and Flowers in Marlow).
The Chelsea Physic Garden Florilegium Society is made up of a group of botanical artists dedicated to documenting and recording the plants of the Garden. To celebrate ‘Worldwide Day of Botanical Art' join us for a rare chance to view works from the Physic Garden’s collection of paintings and meet the artists.Read more
During this interactive day we will bring to life Chelsea Physic Garden whose history spans five centuries –via the stories behind 10 carefully chosen 'objects'. These will include herbarium specimens, books, artefacts and more. The day will include indoor presentations, a garden walk and a chance to see some treasures from our library.Read more
A unique night of wine tasting, theatre and ‘Call my Bluff’ wine competition accompanied by canapés followed by an exquisite 3 course meal, served with matched elegant old and rather new world wines.
A lecture on wine that goes spectacularly wrong…….set against the background of the famous 1976 Paris tasting that “revolutionised the wine world in an afternoon”. Read more