Holding the title of London's first living bar, Bourne & Hollingsworth's Garden Room is a feast for the eyes and the palate. Inviting guests to pick fresh ingredients and garnishes for their cocktails, this garden's interactive experience makes it one of London's best from winter to summer.
The Best Rooftop Gardens In London
Sometimes you just need an escape from the hustle and bustle of city living, and you needn't travel far to find a gorgeous garden for hiding away. Us Londoners are innovative folk, placing sky-high luscious retreats above the city. From pretty floral havens to quirky botanical terraces, kooky herb nurseries to living bars, delve into our guide of the best rooftop gardens in London.
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Eight's exclusive garden terrace wraps around not one, but two floors, showcasing idyllic views of the surrounding city while providing a much-needed refuge. Located just a stone's throw from Liverpool Street and Finsbury Square, it's a hidden gem that must be experienced this summer.
This sky-high garden is a rewarding pilgrimage for those of you in need of after-work refreshment. Located bang in the middle of the City, Coq D'Argent boasts a sanctuary of carefully-trimmed grass with an impressive view of landmarks such as St. Pauls, The Shard and The Gherkin.
Sky Garden is easily one of London's most recognisable rooftop bars, offering an indoor oasis of vegetation that's just begging to be explored. Making the experience even more special, the London skyline provides a perfect contrast between nature and civilization.
The Southbank Centre's Queen Elizabeth Roof Garden is a botanical-lined resting place, perfect for weekend cocktail sipping and cold brews when the sun breaks through. Picturesque views of the London Eye and the River Thames make this garden even more desirable.
A blooming beautiful rooftop escape, Dalston Roof Park is one of London's trendiest gardens, with a series of pop-up events and experiences across the summer months. From fried chicken feasting to all-day partying, it's a beautiful botanical backdrop to all.
The Culpeper's quaint little herb garden adds an extra touch of rustic charm to its rooftop. Providing fresh garnishes for both food and drink, it's vegetation with purpose, making visitor's experiences at the East London pub even more special, one cocktail at a time.