The garden is off King Henry’s Walk in Islington, London N1. Take the turning on the left of the adventure playground, and follow the pavement to the metal gate right at the end. Go through that gate into the garden.
It is a relatively short and lovely walk to the Garden from many local stations and key locations: about 25 minutes from Highbury and Islington, the same from Stoke Newington Church Street; be sure to take the quiet low pollution route via Neville Road and King Henry St. Less than 10 minutes from Dalston Kingsland Station; from Dalston Junction, the low pollution route involves a slight detour via Tottenham Road and takes a little over 10 minutes. The beautiful walk from De Beauvoir Square is about 15 minutes.
See the network of walking routes produced by Footways.London
The Garden is near 2 major cycle routes (but beware that diversions are in place because of the closure of the bridge on Kingsbury Road by Network Rail
Cycleway 27: Bloomsbury to Walthamstow.
CS1: Liverpool Street to Tottenham
For the routes, see https://tfl.gov.uk/maps/cycle
There is ample bike parking in the garden.
To get here by bus…
Buses 21, 30, 38, 56, 141 and 277 all stop close by (5 minute walk).
To get here by tube…
Highbury & Islington is about a 25 minute walk away,
or you can catch a 30 or 277 bus from Highbury Corner
to Ball’s Pond Road.
Getting here by train…
Canonbury, Dalston Kingsland and Dalston Junction stations
are all about 10 minutes walk.
The garden is fully wheelchair accessible, and we have an accessible WC. If you have any specific access needs please let us know. We will do our best to accommodate them.