Nestled among the iconic venues, the Park’s gardens are an attraction in themselves for visitors throughout the year.

Made famous during the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games for their intricate planting and delicate displays, the 2012 Gardens feature plants from around the world, while the Great British Garden captures the proud tradition of our nation’s horticultural heritage.

Alongside these firm favourites are new areas which are destined to become just as well loved by local residents and visitors alike.  The new Pleasure Gardens in the south of the Park feature prairie style planting from the world-renowned designer Piet Oudolf, while Mandeville Place features an urban orchard with its very own species of apple, the Paradice.