Explore Kew Gardens London's largest UNESCO World Heritage Site and the world's most famous garden.
Stroll along a soaring tree-top walkway. Delve into a tropical rainforest in the Palm House and travel through ten climatic zones in the Princess of Wales Conservatory.
Step inside Britain's most intimate royal palace. The summer residence of King George III, Kew Palace, offers visitors the chance to see the beautiful princesses' bedrooms and the newly restored Royal Kitchens.
See fascinating collections of botanical art in Kew's three art galleries, unearth 250 years of science and history or simply enjoy 326 acres of glorious gardens.
Must be booked by 28th February 2018