Beautiful Parks To Visit Near London
Parks are a great place to meet new people, collect inspiration for new ideas and practice your relaxation skills. Some cultures believe that esoteric knowledge is stored inside trees. Have your note pad at the ready as your soak up the next big idea.
1. Phoenix Garden – Tucked away just behind the junction of Charing Cross Road and Shaftesbury Avenue, it’s a little oasis of calm in the hub of the city
21 Stacey Street, WC2H 8DG
2. Chelsea Physic Garden – Founded in 1673, the Chelsea Physic Garden is the second oldest botanical garden in Britain.
66 Royal Hospital Road, SW3 4HS
3. Kyoto Gardens – Holland Park- The ruins of Holland House are now the backdrop for the wonderful open-air Holland Park theatre and half of the park’s 22 acres are now semi-wild woodland
IIlchester Place, W8 6LU
A little farther out
Kent – Beautiful flowers and free roaming sheep await just 1 hour away in Doddington Gardens, Sittingbourne Kent. The Cream Tea and Jazz afternoons are a must.
Cambridge – The Orchard Tea Garden dubbed by Virginia Woolf as for ‘Neo-Pagans’ can be found for free, at the Grantchester Orchard in Cambridge
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