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Chelsea Physic Garden highlights the beauty of London attractions
Published: Thursday 7th of March 2013
These gardens are incredibly scenic and picturesque and sit in the heart of Chelsea. The gardens are closed until March 29th, but are set to re-emerge full of guided walks plus workshops and speeches to educate and entertain guests.
The garden was founded in the 1600s, and was set up to preserve, as well as tend to the plants and wildlife contained within the gardens.
They hold a number of family activity days, as well as herbalism, beekeeping, and painting courses, to name but a few.
Gardening experts will also be on hand to give guidance and advice to visitors.
So if you fancy stepping back from the hustle and bustle of the city in favour of a more serene location, then these gardens are ideal.
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