The Gardens at London Town
Historic London Town and Gardens offers a diverse horticultural experience and has been certified a Level II Arboretum by ArbNet.
Don't let winter time keep you from visiting the gardens! One of our primary collections are our cold-hardy camellias. Watch this video to learn more about these beautiful wintry blooms. Plan your visit today!
Discover what's in bloom at London Town today.
The Woodland Garden features towering native trees, an extensive collection of magnolias, camellias, dogwoods, rhododendrons and viburnums, uncommon individual specimens of spring bulbs, woodland wildflowers, and shade-loving perennials.
The Cook Memorial Garden and the Lillian S. Hall Memorial Garden comprise the Ornamental Gardens. Daylilies, hydrangeas, roses, and crepe myrtles are featured in summer. Asters, mums, and salvias bloom in the fall.
For children of all ages! Explore nature with musical instruments, discovery tables, and through a playset made of logs and other natural materials.
Between the Visitor Center and the Anne Arundel Archaeology Lab is a living roof (above the Discover London Town exhibit). This roof, the rain barrels, and rain garden in the dell are just some of the ways that London Town is committed to environmental stewardship.
Join us on Mondays or Tuesdays to help make the gardens amazing for all, or lead garden tours on weekends or for private groups.
Environmental Stewardship Projects
Would your group be interested in volunteering to help restore London Town's gardens and positively impact our local environment? If so, please fill out this form to request doing an environmental stewardship project! Volunteering is free and your service hours are a big help to our gardens. All tools, gloves and bug spray are provided.