The Royal Botanical Gardens in Kew are an internationally important botanical research and education institution and world’s largest collection of living plants with more than 30,000 different kinds of plants. Spread over 121 hectares of gardens, glasshouses, and buildings it is among London’s top tourist attractions. The herbarium is one of the largest in the world and has over 7 million preserved plant specimens.
Kew Palace is a British Royal Palace in Kew Gardens and is open to visitors. Although the site has had three palaces, only the second one remains and is renowned for its magnificent red bricks. The palace was restored and more recently was used for Queen Elizabeth II’s 80th birthday. Today, it is a popular visitor attraction for those visiting Kew Gardens.Ask a Question Get a Quote
Morning: Depart from school and travel to Kew Gardens & Palace in London.
Afternoon: Upon arrival your group will gain admission Kew Gardens and Kew Palace to enjoy at their leisure. See the Palm House, Prince of Wales Conservatory, Queen’s Charlotte’s Cottage, Temperate House and much more.
Evening: Depart from Kew, London in the early evening and travel back to school. End of tour.