Inner Temple Gardens
Available evenings and weekends in the months of May, June, July and September.
The Inner Temple garden has received many Floral Awards from The Worshipful Company of Gardeners between 1991-2004 and has been awarded the Riverside Trophy for four consecutive years. Between 1888 and 1913, the garden was also host to The Royal Horticultural Society’s Great Spring Show before it moved home to become the Chelsea Flower Show. It is an ideal setting for:
The three-acre garden is laid to lawn and boasts a variety of distinctive plants and trees including a border planted with alternating red and white roses which represent the War of the Roses. Guests enter the garden through the 18th century wrought iron gates where they will enjoy exclusive use of this peaceful and tranquil garden in the heart of the City of London.