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Kew Gardens to host bank holiday festivities

Published: Thursday 30th of April 2009

This bank holiday weekend is to see a range of activities taking place at Kew Gardens.

The world-famous London attraction is inviting visitors to take a stroll through its bluebell wood, with its designated Seed Walk punctuated with five huge sculptures by Tom Hare.

Another option is the Banking on Life exhibition which is found in the Nash Conservatory.

It also has a range of sculptures, including some reaching up to four metres high and five metres wide, made from seeds such as star anise.

For a touch of history, people can stroll through the 37-acre conservation area, which was donated by Queen Victoria in 1898 to commemorate her diamond jubilee.

Visitors are advised to head to the attraction soon to avoid missing out on seeing the flowers.

Thanks to the London pass, tourists can visit Kew Gardens free of charge, saving £13 on the normal price of a ticket.

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