September 2021 opening times
The Garden and our Café are open in September on:
Sunday & Monday: 2-8pm
Tuesday: 2-7pm (last entry 6pm),
Tuesday: 7-11pm Woodburner Music for programme and ticket details see woodburnermusic.co.uk
Wednesday – Saturday: 2-10pm
We are also continuing to host community support groups every weekday, 11am – 2pm. These are by prior arrangement.
We are unable to reserve tables and do not make the Garden or any part of it available for hire. We are unable to accommodate birthday parties or gatherings of more than 8 people, due to the size of spaces within the Garden and to the overall size of the Garden.
We provide hand-sanitisers in our entrance area and ask you to continue to adhere to current guidelines on social-distancing.
Entrance to the Garden is located next to the Hackney Peace Carnival Mural, at 13 Dalston Lane, E8 3DF
Getting to the Garden
The Garden is two minutes walk from Dalston Junction Overground and about five minutes walk from Dalston Kingsland Overground stations.
Buses 30, 38, 56, 242 and 277 stop just outside the Garden and 67, 76, 149 and 243 all stop on nearby Kingsland High Street.
There are bike racks outside the Garden.
The Garden is accessible for wheelchairs and buggies, although please be aware that we have a number of bark-chip paths.
There is an accessible toilet on site.
Alcohol in the Garden
No alcohol can be brought in for consumption in the Garden. We are a licensed premises selling a full list of wine, cider, lager and ales.
We are unable to accommodate bike parking inside the Garden, due to lack of space. However there are bike stands directly opposite the Curve Garden on Dalston Square, so do remember to bring your bike lock when you are visiting.
Our cafe sells teas, coffees, and sweet treats and alcohol. Latto’s Pizzas serve pizzas from our wood-fired oven on Saturdays and Sundays 2-8pm (or until the pizzas run out!)
You are welcome to bring your dog to the Garden, but we ask that you keep them on a lead at all times, keep them away from food-growing and flower beds and of course, ‘poop scoop’!