PIN Phytology Nature Reserve

Discover wild, urban eco-systems

Pythology is all about the wildness within urban eco-systems. It is an artist and community led project exploring the use, value, resilience and function of wildness within urban eco-systems.There are 23 different species of plants inside where you can observe traditional applications, the properties, the way they can be used.

There are lots of fascinating different projects going on here and something for everyone to discover their own little eco system. There is also a medicinal garden where food and remedies for the local community are made for free.

Visitors can also attend the campfire club with some local artists or adopt a variety of plants like stinging nettles, dandelions , marsh mallows, purslane and robwort. The Centre was set up to help visitors develop a better understanding of indigenous London based plants and urban eco-systems across the country.

There are 24 different projects which visitors can join

It is open the Saturday from 11am to 6pm between May 6th to September 2nd.

How to get there

You can take the central line and get off at Bethnal Green or you can also take the overground train and get off bethnal Green too.


  • Culture
  • , Greenspace and Wildlife
  • , wildlife
  • , Exotic East


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Bethnal Green Nature Reserve,, Middleton Street, , London, E2 9RR (View on Google Maps)
Phytology Nature Reserve

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