Alan Titchmarsh breaks the ground at the Garden Museum
A tour of the interior of the church led by Christopher Woodward
On Thursday 21 January the Garden Museum celebrated Breaking Ground on the Development Project with our contractors Rooff Ltd. Garden Museum staff and Trustees were joined by a small number of local supporters to celebrate the start of the main works of the redevelopment.
Following a tour of the site led by Director Christopher Woodward, Alan Titchmarsh, Trustee of the Garden Museum, spoke about the importance of the project, saying “this is one of the most important Museums in England”.
The Garden Museum is due to reopen in early 2017 with five new galleries, the country’s first Archive of Garden Design and new and improved facilities including a bigger, brighter café and two education rooms. For more information about the Development Project, click here.