The Hill Garden is a beautifully manicured hidden garden on West Heath, which was originally part of the gardens of 19th century Inverforth House built by Viscount Leverhulme. The gardens are now common land and part of Hampstead Heath, and the most impressive feature is a restored timber pergola, covered with various climbing plants including roses, honeysuckle, clematis, wisteria and various vines.
N End Way, NW3
Nearest Transit: Hampstead (Lines: Northern)
The Hill Garden and Pergola and Nearby Attractions on Map
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The Bathing Ponds(1.2 km)
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Hampstead Parish Church(1 km)
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