Explore one of London's most beautiful locations with a visit to the Royal Botanical Gardens, Kew. The world's largest collection of living plants, this UNESCO World Heritage Site features 326 acres of diverse plant life from across the globe. Journey through glasshouses and landscapes shaped over the Garden's 250 year history. As well as exploring some of the world's most famous gardens, you'll have access to the Royal Kitchens, Palm House, the Rose Garden, and The Princess of Wales Conservatory. You can also check out Kew Palace. The smallest of the British royal palaces, but every bit as marvellous as the rest, the Grade I listed building is the last remaining of Kew's three palaces. Visit the critically acclaimed UK pavilion from the Milan Expo 2015, The Hive. Designed to be an immersive, multi-sensory experience inspired by bees, you'll be drawn in by hundreds of glowing LEDs and orchestral sounds filling the air. To get the most out of your day, why not take part in one of the daily tours which are included in your entry to the Gardens and take in the best bits of this amazing destination.
Need to Know
On arrival at Kew, you will need to hand in your voucher at the ticket office where you will receive a map with information on what events are arranged for that day so you can plan your visit. With so much to see, feel free to spend as long as you wish exploring these fabulous gardens.