Exhibition

Gertrude Jekyll: Landscape Gardener and Craftswoman

15 May 2013 – 8 Sep 2013

Event times

Opening times: Tuesday — Saturday: 10.30am — 5.00pm Sunday: 11.00am — 5.00pm Mondays and Bank Holidays: Closed

Cost of entry

Free Entry

The Lightbox

Woking, United Kingdom

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Travel Information

  • Train to Woking station, 25min direct link from London Waterloo

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Gertrude Jekyll was one of the most influential garden designers of all time, whose impact on the art of gardening is still evident around the world today. In all Jekyll designed over 400 gardens, many in partnership with the eminent architect Edwin Lutyens. This exhibition will explore the long and extraordinary life of Jekyll (1843 — 1932) who lived and worked in Surrey, delving into her passions and exploring her multitalents as a musician, composer, political activist, interior and applied arts designer, artist, embroiderer, silversmith, botanist, herbalist and garden designer.

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