This botanical beauty is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and contains up to 121 different plant species.
The Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew are currently featuring early springtime plants, which are already beginning to blossom, and creating a wonderful display for visitors to the gardens.
And if you love animals, then you’ll be thrilled by the wildlife that live within these historic gardens. Visitors will get a chance to see everything from badgers and kestrels to geese and carrions, among others.
But do you want to know what the best part is? If you have got a London Pass, you’ll get a chance to see all of this for free - as pass holders get free entry to Kew Gardens London and over 60 other top London sights, attractions and museums.
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Posted by Georgina Black