Gardens & Parks in San Francisco

Relax and unwind in 33 beautiful parks and gardens scattered across San Francisco.

Sky Garden

Sky Garden

A stunning garden with panoramic views of London or 'a meagre pair of rockeries in a space designed with all the finesse of a departure lounge', London's Sky Garden has been divisive since day one.… more

Barbican Conservatory

Barbican Conservatory

A rainforest in the centre of London, Barbican Conservatory is the unlikely home of a reformed gang of turtles that once terrorised nearby Hampstead Heath.… more

Gunnersbury Park

Gunnersbury Park

Named for a Viking royal, Gunnersbury Park has a fascinating history but perhaps should have been torn down over 90 years ago...… more

Eltham Palace

Eltham Palace

Is Eltham Palace one of England’s most haunted places?… more

The Garden at 120

The Garden at 120

A rooftop Eden in a concrete jungle, Garden at 120 is London's biggest public rooftop garden with some of the best views in the city - all free of charge!… more

Primrose Hill London

Primrose Hill London

Primrose Hill is a London park and the site of a mysterious 17th century murder that resulted in the hanging of three innocent men on that same hilltop.… more

Mayfield Lavender Farm

Mayfield Lavender Farm

Mae Jemison once said, 'when God made the colour purple, God was just showing off'. If this is true, then whoever grew Mayfield Lavender Farm was just plain show-boating.… more

Chelsea Physic Garden

Chelsea Physic Garden

Founded in 1673, Chelsea Physic Garden is a picturesque reminder of the vital role that botanical gardens played in the advancement of western medicine, travel and culture as a whole.… more

Crossrail Place Roof Garden

Crossrail Place Roof Garden

Crossrail Place Roof Garden: is contained within a building that looks like it belongs on Marina Bay Sands in Singapore.… more

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Kings Park and Botanic Garden

Covered with natural bushland, Kings Park and Botanic Garden is one of the most beautiful inner-city parks in the world.… more

San Francisco Botanical Garden

San Francisco Botanical Garden

San Francisco Botanical Garden is one of three gardens that make up the Golden Gate Park.… more

Isabella Plantation

Isabella Plantation

When wandering around Richmond Park, Isabella Plantation can be easily overlooked, but here’s why it shouldn’t be!… more

Hackney City Farm

Hackney City Farm

As the name suggests, Hackney City Farm is quite literally a farm in the middle of the city!… more

Allan Gardens

Allan Gardens

Allan Gardens is home to one of the oldest conservatories in North America.… more

Kew Palace

Kew Palace

Kew Palace is a regal jewel nestled within the natural beauty of Kew Gardens in the leafy borough of Richmond-upon-Thames, London.… more

Greenwich Park

Greenwich Park

For centuries a royal hunting ground, Greenwich Park is today famous as the birthplace of time as we know it, and a lovely place to spend a sunny afternoon to boot!… more

St Dunstan-in-the-East

St Dunstan-in-the-East

The overgrown ruins of a 900 year old London church, St Dunstan-in-the-East is like a window into an alternate history.… more

Eleanor Tinsley Park

Eleanor Tinsley Park

Eleanor Tinsley Park is a "park within a park" in Houston.… more

Arnold Circus

Arnold Circus

Arnold Circus is a historic bandstand at the centre of one of the worst slums in East London.… more

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens are covered floor to ceiling in discarded items, which create a magical, mosaic labyrinth of art.… more

Paternoster Square

Paternoster Square

Paternoster Square is an urban development that sits on top of England’s former publishing street and is home to three major monuments, the Paternoster Square Column, The Shepherd and Sheep and Temple Bar gateway.… more

Heckscher Park

Heckscher Park

Heckscher Park is the legacy of one man who wanted to create something unique and lasting for his community.… more

Bunhill Fields

Bunhill Fields

A spooky legacy of London’s most turbulent historical events; Bunhill Fields is a nonconformist burial ground built on centuries-old mounds of human remains.… more

Queen Mary's Rose Garden

Queen Mary's Rose Garden

A tranquil garden containing London’s biggest collection of roses, Queen Mary’s Rose Garden is a peaceful place of beauty in Regent’s Park.… more

Brown Hart Gardens

Brown Hart Gardens

Idle, disorderly and verminous persons beware: enter Brown Hart Gardens at your risk. And don't even think about practicing gymnastics!… more

Top 15+ Picnic Spots in London: Scenic Views and Hidden Gems

Top 15+ Picnic Spots in London: Scenic Views and Hidden Gems

The warm weather is here: time to find the best picnic spots in London.… more

Mount Street Gardens

Mount Street Gardens

Hidden next to Mayfair's Grosvenor Chapel, Mount Street Gardens is one of London's most peaceful beauty spots. Then again, would you expect anything less from a former burial ground?… more

Shepherdess Walk

Shepherdess Walk

More than just a road, park and mural name in Hackney, London, Shepherdess Walk is the place to go to see where medieval meets modern in the capital.… more

The Rookery Streatham

The Rookery Streatham

The Rookery Streatham: a secret garden in south London.… more

The Hardy Tree

The Hardy Tree

Thomas Hardy, author of Far From The Madding Crowd and architect of one of London's strangest landmarks: The Hardy Tree.… more

Wistaria Gardens

Wistaria Gardens

Wistaria Gardens is one of Sydney's most intact surviving Edwardian gardens.… more

Southmere Lake

Southmere Lake

Southmere Lake, or the 'Flatblock Marina', is a brutalist estate in Thamesmead, London, famous for its role as a totalitarian hellscape in Stanley Kubrick's A Clockwork Orange.… more

St Mary Abbots Gardens

St Mary Abbots Gardens

Kensington is a bustling area of London full to bursting with museums, centres of learning, galleries, shops, and restaurants. There are few places more peaceful or beautiful than the oasis of St Mary Abbots Garden.… more