Vestry House Museum’s award-winning garden is a peaceful space where visitors and local residents can relax and reflect. The planting is inspired by its history as an eighteenth-century workhouse garden, with an emphasis on useful plants including vegetables, herbs and dye plants. There is also a wild meadow area and a bed designed to attract butterflies, bees and other pollinators.
The garden is maintained by an active group of dedicated volunteers. If you’ve got green fingers – or if you’re a beginner who is keen to learn – we would love to hear from you.
Until the end of March 2024, our Garden Room is available to hire for meetings and events, including weddings. For room hire enquiries please email [email protected]