Kew Gardens is a designated UNESCO World Heritage site and offers visitors the chance to discover an incredibly diverse collection of plants.
Explore a variety of different gardens, from Japenese to the Mediterranean, and wander through the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse. Climb to the top of the pagoda, or walk through the tree canopy for amazing views, then explore The Hive art installation that recreates life inside a beehive.
Kew Palace and Queen Charlotte’s Cottage also lie in the grounds of Kew Gardens and guided tours are offered. Find out more.