Sunday, 20 January 2013

Snowdrop Days at The Chelsea Physic Garden

Okay once this blizzard has abated we may all feel like venturing out and when we do there is so much to do even in the winter months. A visit to The Chelsea Physic Garden is definitely on my to-do list for a wander and I may well target one of their Snowdrop Days which are the first week in February.

The garden doesn't officially open until March 29th, but from 2nd - 10th February they have a series of guided walks to see the snowdrops and to take in a talk or two (there's even one on bee-keeping which I quite fancy, beats chickens in the suburbs anyday). For a full list visit The Chelsea Physic Garden's website for the full list of walks and talks.

The Chelsea Physic Garden is the second oldest botanical garden in England and was founded in 1673 to promote the growth of plants for healing purposes. It is a walled garden in the heart of London and is well worth a visit if you are in the area.

Admission Charges

£9.00 for adults and senior citizens
£6.00 for students*, unemployed people* and children (5-15 years old)*
Free for Friends of the Garden (please remember to bring your membership card to ensure free access)
Companions of disabled visitors are admitted free.
* Proof required
Visit the Garden year-round - support us and join the Friends of the Garden from £38 per year.

Chelsea Physic Garden, 66 Royal Hospital Road, London SW3 4HS, UK 
Telephone: +44 (0)20 7352 5646  Fax: +44 (0)20 7376 3910   Registered Charity Number 286513

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