The garden & Garden Room

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 and Garden Room are now temporarily closed in preparation for the revitalisation of Vestry House Museum.

If you are looking for a venue for your wedding, a corporate event or need to hire a space for anything else please visit our other venues in the borough William Morris Gallery and Fellowship Square.