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Gardens in or near Eltham

The town of Eltham is close to central London, Greenwich and the Kent countryside. Visit Eltham Palace, a favourite of Henry VIII's or Well Hall where Mrs Hubert Bland whos pen name was Edith Nesbit wrote both the Railway Children and the Treasure Seekers. There are many walking trails on offer nearby. Gardens in or near Eltham Eltham Palace & Gardens and The Home of Charles Darwin, Down House are listed below.
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0.6 miles from centre of Eltham
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Discover the glamour of the 1930's at Eltham Palace Eltham Palace is one of London's most intriguing hidden gems, it embodies an eccentric mix of Art Deco design and a medieval royal palace. First recorded in the Domesday book, Eltham estate was presented to King Edward II in 1305. It developed into one of the most favoured royal palace with 1,000 acres of deer park on its doorstep. In the 1930's it became the glamourous location for celebrity cocktail parties, and displays some fanta...
8.1 miles from centre of Eltham
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Experience nature come to life in the Gardens of Down House, Home to Charles Darwin Just outside central London stands the family home of world-renowned Victorian scientist Charles Darwin, Down House, a unique building laden with historical and scientific significance. Down House remains much as it was when Darwin lived there. English Heritage have recreated the gardens at Down House as the Darwin's would have seen them. The gardens were Darwin's ‘outdoor laboratory' and he spent ma...
15.6 miles from centre of Eltham
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Explore the beautiful grounds of Ightham Mote Ightham Mote is situated in a hidden valley garden surrounded by coppiced woodland and farmland. The basic shape of the garden has been in place since the 16th century. A stream flows through the grounds feeding the North lake. It then cascades into the moat before emptying into the South lake. A woodland walk, orchard, long border and cottage planting all evokes gardening styles that may have been in place over the last 700 years. A plan f...
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