As part of the Chelsea Fringe, there will be a tropical garden installed in the former ticket office window at a London tube station, and you can have a look inside.

The display organisers, Edible Bus Stop Studio will take small groups ‘backstage’ into the ticket office and explain how the units work. There is limited availability as only very small groups can enter, so it’s a pretty exclusive happening.

Plant lovers, fresh thinkers, curious types and tube geeks.

Tours of the ticket office turned tropical garden will take place on Saturday 3rd June from 11am to 3pm every half-hour.

Book free tickets here

Due to TfL requirements, once you have reserved your ticket, write to them with your name and to confirm your preferred time slot: [email protected] And bring photo ID on the day, as verification.

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