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Holding On To Summer at The Roof Garden London

It’s officially September, so summer blooms have definitely started to fade… apart from the John Lewis Roof Garden in London! This isn’t an advert, but I had such a lovely time there earlier in the summer, I wanted to let you in on it. It’s open until the end of September so hopefully you can go and have some end of summer fun before the weather turns. Read on to see some pictures of how pretty the Roof Garden London is.

Holding on to summer at the Garden Den at the John Lewis Roof Garden London

About The Roof Garden London

John Lewis have turned their roof into a gorgeous garden, decked out with cosy/cool summer houses (depending on the weather!), deck chairs, benches, a mud kitchen for the kids and even a cute vintage caravan!

It’s all decorated beautifully and my favourite is the Garden Den, which is full of gorgeous faux flowers. It even has a doorbell so you can call the waiter!

Holding on to summer at the Garden Den at the John Lewis Roof Garden London

We had a delicious Filipino-inspired meal from Bing Bong’s Manila Kanteen, and Espresso Martinis.

What’s On at The Roof Garden?

Aside from the food and bar, they are showing open air films, and have DJs, performances and musicians too.

Where to Find The Roof Garden

You can find The Roof Garden at the top of John Lewis’ flagship store on Oxford Street. You don’t need to book, but I would recommend it. If you want to book the Garden Den, like we did, you can do that here. It seats up to six people and you get an hour and a half per booking.

Looking For More Ideas of Fun Things to do in London?

If you’ve got kids, check out my review of a fab London hotel and our visit to The Tower of London here.

In front of Tower Bridge, London

And if it’s just you and the girls or your partner, you might be interested in my review of Brigit’s Afternoon Tea Bus Tour of London – check that out here.

Cakes on the Afternoon Tea Bus Tour

After all that cake, you might need a walk! Can I recommend a fab grown-up treasure hunt around London? See the details here!

Exploring London with a HiddenCity trail with an Alice in Wonderland theme

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