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Kew Gardens

The Royal Botanic Kew Gardens situated in Kew, London, are usually referred to as 'Kew Gardens' and are famous for having the world's largest collection of living plants with over 30,000 different kinds. The herbarium (a collection of preserved plant specimens) at Kew Gardens is the largest in the world with over 7 million preserved plant specimens.

Set within 300 acres of stunning gardens, Kew Gardens was classed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2003 and celebrate their 250th anniversary in 2009. There is so much to do at this unique London tourist attraction that it will keep all ages and tastes satisfied for many hours. Highlights include the 'Chokushi-Mon', a replica of a Japanese temple built in 1910 and surrounded by a Japanese garden, and Minka House, a Japanese wooden house dating to 1900 and installed at Kew in 2001.

Other facilities include: Queen's Gardens, the 17th century gardens with plants mainly cultivated for their medicinal properties, Waterlily House which is home to a host of tropical and ornamental aquatic plants, Bamboo Garden and Woodland Garden. The extensive library contains more than 750,000 volumes and there is a dedicated interactive botanic play area for children. There are botanical six glasshouses where you can walk through over 3,500 million years of plant evolution or explore Kew Gardens most complex public glasshouse -the Princes of Wales Conservatory with its ten climatic zones. Open daily from 9.30am, there are daily free tours of the gardens and Kew Gardens Underground station is the nearest station.

Address
Victoria Gate
Kew Road
Kew Gardens
Richmond upon Thames
London
TW9 3AB

Official website:
www.kew.org


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