Ennismore Gardens

Ennismore Gardens
(Photo: Gavin Gardiner)
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This beautiful, award-winning Victorian garden was first planted in 1870, when it formed part of the gardens and paddocks of Kingston House, which stretched the length of Prince's Gate.

The garden, named after William Hare, Viscount Ennismore and Earl of Listowel, has been extensively developed and restored over the past 20 years. An ornamental urn commemorates the actress Ava Gardner, who lived in Ennismore Gardens for many years.

In 2012 Ennismore won a London Gardens Society Highly Commended certificate in the ‘large private squares' category.

Don't miss Rutland Gate South Garden, just around the corner.

Contract gardener: Robert Player

Visitor Information

Open:
Sunday 10:0017:00
Entrance:
On east side
Nearest postcode: SW7 1AJ
Sells tickets.
Buses:
C1, 9, 10, 14, 52, 74, 414, 452
Station:
Knightsbridge and South Kensington
Cycle hire station:
Exhibition Road (Map)
Public toilets:
Kensington Road - Palace Gate: Saturday 10:00-18:00 + Sunday 10:00-18:00 (Map)
Car Parking:
Respark in operation. Visitors' parking available on pay-by-phone spaces and single yellow lines (check at the time).
Dogs:
Working assistance dogs only
Conditions:
Dogs, other than working assistance dogs, must be left at the gate. Water provided.

Further information

Street Map Journey Planner Nearby Gardens
Map of nearby gardens
London Gardens Online

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