Kitchen Garden

Our Kitchen Garden is home to our community and educational programmes. The produce we grow is used by our café. Buy some of our fruits and vegetables to enjoy at home.
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Visit the garden

The Kitchen Garden is home to our learning and community programmes, and is where our award winning volunteers produce our organic produce. The Kitchen Garden is available to visit on special open days only.

Our bees

The walled garden is home to a small colony of beehives, set up to help pollinate the garden. You can buy honey from the hives on our vegetable stall, subject to seasonal availability.


The Walled Gardens at Chiswick House date back to 1682, when they were created by Sir Stephen Fox who lived in the adjoining Moreton Hall.

In 1812, the 6th Duke of Devonshire purchased Moreton Hall, incorporating its garden into the grounds of Chiswick House.

Today, over 40 volunteers support our gardening team in managing the seasonal planting and food production in the two-acre site. We are also delighted to welcome students from local schools who learn about plant science, horticulture and minibeasts with our specialist team. To find out more visit our volunteering pages.

Volunteering at Chiswick

Kitchen Garden
Open Days

Visit the walled Kitchen Garden on one of our open days and enjoy its plentiful displays of flowers and produce. The walled gardens at Chiswick House are not part of the public park but they can be visited and enjoyed on our regular open days when volunteers are on hand to answer questions and talk about the garden and its development as well as volunteering opportunities.
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