THE TRANSATLANTIC MAGAZINE
Open Garden Squares usually opens 100 London gardens to the public, but this year it's understandably an online event. The good news is that you can join them from wherever you are. Some of the garden gems that you can visit virtually are Cannon Bridge Gardens, a private rooftop terrace garden with stunning views of London's skyline in the heart of the city; The Aga Khan Centre's contemporary Islamic Gardens at King’s Cross; The British Medical Association's picturesque garden, on the site of Tavistock House, once the home of novelist Charles Dickens; The Deanery, a secret riverside garden dating back to 1712, just beside the Globe Theatre; Eccleston Square; The Ismaili Centre's roof garden in the heart of Knightsbridge; Ladbroke Square Garden, originally the site of the Hippodrome racecourse; The Gardens of the Middle Temple, a secret vegetable and cutting garden behind the barristers’ chambers and the Church of the Knights’ Templar. You can discover more about London Open Gardens at the website https://londongardenstrust.eventcube.io/
The first 100 readers of The American to buy a ticket for London Open Gardens 2021 will get a special discounted rate of £8. (Tickets are normally £10).
12th June 2021, 5:30pm to 7pm. This is a live-stream, interactive event. If you are unable to watch the programme live your ticket will give you access on demand for at least a month.
TO GET YOUR DISCOUNTED TICKETS CLICK HERE OR ON THE BUTTON