Lovely park. All the different plants and flowers it is just fantastic and colourful I went alone and walked there for good..i also stayed and read a couple of pages of my book. So relaxing.
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Not being a Friend is a no brainer- enjoy the walks throughout the year- . enjoy early entry when the map gazing public are not present
I invited my friend for a day at Kew Gardens, we loved the surroundings and had a nice walk along the alleys. Beautiful flowers, trees and absolutely stunning Glass House with enormous plants and big pond near by. We had an afternoon tea with delicious...More
Lovely area for walks looking at plants learning about the inviroment glass houses and other attractions constantly up grading so well worth more than one visit as we have done
You might think Kew in January isn't a good idea, but it was a lovely crisp day and reasonably quiet there- we enjoyed it so much. Highly recommended to walk, catch up and see just some of all there is to offer- almost impossible to...More
I went with friends for an afternoon visit. The gardens are immaculately maintained, and there are glass houses with different climates to recreate the habitat of tropical plants. As our visit was during the festive period, there were lighting features that stood out as dusk...More
I visited Kew in what I would consider the off season for a garden. However it didn't matter, it was spectacular! The sheer size of the place, not the mention all the intricate themed gardens, raised platforms and beautiful walking paths make Kew well worth...More