Located in the verdant outskirts of London, Kew Gardens is a verdant oasis of tranquility and beauty, yet incredibly easy to visit using London's extensive tube and bus network. Home to an extensive collection of exotic flora and fauna, this botanical paradise has long been considered one of the world's most iconic and revered green spaces.
Spread across 300 acres, Kew Gardens is not only a haven for nature enthusiasts but also a treasure trove of scientific discoveries. With over 50,000 plant species and a staggering 8.3 million preserved plant specimens, the gardens are a treasure trove for researchers and botanists alike.
From the fragrant blooms of the Rose Garden to the tranquil lakes and water features of the Japanese Garden, Kew Gardens offers a kaleidoscope of colours and textures that is sure to enchant visitors of all ages. Take a leisurely stroll along the Treetop Walkway, where you can explore the canopy of the world's tallest trees, or lose yourself in the Palm House, a majestic glass structure that houses some of the rarest and most exotic palms on earth.