Looking for a day trip out this Spring? If you love plants and enjoy walking, then there is no better place than to explore the hidden depths of Kew Gardens.
Home to the World’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants, Kew Gardens has 326 acres of beautiful gardens with Royal Heritage dating back over 250 years. The unique landscape grows over 30,000 different kinds of plants, varying from delicate Orchids in its green spaces to Tropical Rainforest plants in its Botanical Glasshouses.
Ever wondered what a bird's view is like? You can find out at Kew Gardens. It has a Treetop Walk, 18 metres above the woodland floor, allowing you to walk through the treetops, admiring the gorgeous skyline of London.
Kew Gardens is a wonderful place to visit anytime of the year but Spring is an absolute magical time, with the gardens starting to fill with colour and magnolia blossoming in every direction you look. It’s a relaxing environment, making you want to travel around for hours on foot.
For tickets and opening hours visit http://www.kew.org for a one time visit or a seasonal pass.