As part of the National Garden Scheme (NGS), Three Wheels annually opens its Zen Garden to the general public on two weekends.
The garden was designed by a English professor who was a Pro Provost of University College London at the time of its creation.
The garden is very popular with not only Japanese but also Western people. It is said that visiting the garden is just like being in Kyoto, Japan.
On the open days the proceeds from the entrance fee goes entirely to the NGS and is donated to its sponsored charities.
A Japanese tea ceremony is held during each of the open days which you can join for an additional admission fee.