The Hogarth’s Mulberry Garden Project, funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, has transformed the setting of Hogarth’s House.
A new garden at Hogarth’s House
The Mulberry Garden project has seen the conservation and repair of the historic Grade I listed garden wall at Hogarth’s House and the creation of an ‘exhibition garden’. Its design reflects elements from all the different uses the garden has had throughout its history.
Some different views around the garden - including ripening mulberries on the Hogarth's tree, recent blooms, a lovely place to sit amongst the flowers, and hazel growing on our Nut Walk.
A new space for Learning at Hogarth’s House
The new single-storey Weston Studio connected to the existing house provides a much-needed space to let us welcome more groups and provide an expanded public programme and varied opportunities for learning.
The Weston Studio overlooking the Mulberry Garden
Find out more about the Hogarth Pet Memorials in the Mulberry Garden: