Kew Gardens

Whenever you visit Kew Gardens, there’s something in bloom. Each of the glasshouses has a different, maintained climate, designed to nurture everything from the world’s largest water lilies to delicate Alpine flowers to tropical blooms.

The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew are 250 years old, but there’s plenty here for the modern outdoor adventurer. You will certainly enjoy the lush gardens while having a picnic.

While you’re seeking out the luscious flora (including the giant, stinking Titan Arum in the Princess of Wales Conservatory), there are scientists beavering away in labs and offices, out of sight.

Visit Kew Gardens and explore the world’s most famous botanic garden here in London!

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