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Kew Gardens has re-opened!

Under the latest guidance issued by the Government on Monday 14 December,  London will be going into Tier 3 status from Wednesday 16th December.  As previously, Botanic Gardens are allowed to remain open although they will be required to close  indoor visitor spaces such as the  glasshouses and galleries.  Takeaway food and drink will be available.

Visit and  enjoy the benefits of a walk in nature and the spectacular beauty of Kew during the winter season. 

Kew is not only the World's most famous botanical gardens, it's also the largest UNESCO World Heritage site in London! Marvel at the beautiful landscapes, glasshouses, historic buildings and the largest and most diverse collection of plants in the World.

Children's Garden (temporarily closed):A brand new Children's Garden is now open, designed especially for children from 2 to 12 years old. A fun, interactive space to climb, run, jump and explore everything that a plant needs to grow.

The Hive: (temporarily closed)A multi-sensory, immersive experience highlighting the largely secret life of Bees. Inspired by scientific research and standing 17 metres tall, it's constructed from 170,000 parts including 1,000 led lights!

Treetop Walkway (temporarily closed): Towering 18 metres about the woodland floor, take a stroll amongst the forest canopy and experience the breathtaking view across the gardens.

Palm House: (temporarily closed)  Constructed in 1844, The Palm House is a living laboratory and recreates the climate of a rainforest, allowing tropical plants from some of the most threatened environments on Earth to thrive. The Palm House is also Kew's most recognisable building and has earned iconic status as the World's most important surviving Victorian glass and iron structure.

Great Pagoda (temporarily closed): One of Kew's landmark buildings standing at almost 50 metres tall and constructed in 1762.

Temperate House: (temporarily closed) Twice the size of the Palm House and the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world, its home to a rare collection of temperate zone plants.

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