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The Inner Temple Garden

The Inner Temple Garden is one of London’s oldest gardens, with the first recorded gardener of the Inn in 1307. Today the Garden is celebrated for its historic trees and experimental flower borders. Come and enjoy the prize-winning garden which enjoys views of key London landmarks and the Thames. Bring a picnic and spend the afternoon immersed in nature in the heart of the City. Usually open weekdays (excluding bank holidays) from 12.30pm - 3pm - check the Garden's website or Instagram for weekend open days and any unexpected closures. (Instagram: @innertemplegarden)

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