Timings : Opens Daily at 10 AM
A World Heritage Site, London’s Kew Gardens is famous for its sprawling landscape and an impressive collection of flora and fauna. It is home to the world’s most diverse and enchanting species of flora, spread over 121 hectares, and in existence for more than 250 years.
Owing to its contribution to the development of the garden space and to its research in botany, Kew Gardens is famous the world over for it is home to close to 50,000 plants and has the world’s largest seed conservation project going on. The place also has vegetable gardens, tropical glasshouses, ponds, lakes, conservatories and even wildlife.
If you have time in your favour and want to spend a day in the lap of nature, a visit to Kew Gardens for a good part of the day is a must. Enjoy the scenery, eat a hearty meal, and have fun with your family and friends. The place hosts exhibitions as well in the open space for visitors to feast their eyes.
|Children||GBP 4.50||GBP 6|
|Adults||GBP 15.30||GBP 18|
|Concessions (students, disabled visitors, senior citizens aged 60+)||GBP 13.60||GBP 16|
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