Plans to simplify the road layout next to Lambeth Bridge has given the nearby Garden Museum an opportunity to revamp its entrance and make the museum much more noticeable to passers-by.
About the The Garden MuseumA museum of garden history that's inside an old church.
The museum is fairly modest unless you're an avid history of gardening, but the entry price does include climbing the narrow church tower to the top to get some amazing views across central London.
They also usually have a range of temporary exhibitions, and there's a popular cafe on site.
IMPORTANT - Although venues are reopening, their hours may differ from normal, and most now need prebooking before you visit.
Link to The Garden Museum's website
The Garden Museum,
The Garden Museum,
5 Lambeth Palace Road,
Exhibitions open at the moment
This exhibition brings together a selection of watercolours, etchings and screenprints from throughout her life in the theme of growth
10am to 5pm
Ends on Sun 21st November
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Fequently asked questions
Is the Garden Museum free?
No, there is an entry charge to the museum, which includes the temporary exhibitons and the climb up the old church tower
How long would a visit to the Garden Museum last?
The main museum is less than an hour, and allow 30 minutes for the tower climb.
Does the Garden Museum have a cafe?
Yes, there's a popular cafe next to the museum entrance.
What's the nearest railway station to The Garden Museum
The nearest station is Lambeth North which is 0.4 miles away.
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