London Canal Museum, LondonKew Gardens were created at the beginning of the 18th century by Queen Caroline (1683-1737). She was very interested in gardening and employed Charles Bridgeman and William Kent to develop the grounds. Since then the gardens were maintained all over the centuries by different monarchs and were called Royal Botanic Gardens.

On 3 July 2003, Kew gardens have been world wide recognized and were added on the List of World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. These gardens are really unique among London Pass attractions. Collectors, scientists, architects and gardeners have taken care of this place and turned it into a botanical jewel. 300 acres on the bend of the Thames contains some of the finest specimens of plants and trees all over the world. Flora from the early 18th century to new rare vegetable species, each specimen is a part of the development of these precious gardens.

Kew gardens are worth to be visited and London Pass gives you the chance to visit the Kew Gardens for free.

These gardens are composed of wide range of thematic areas and attractions.
Kew's Rhizotron and Xstrata Treetop Walkway takes you under the ground and then 18 metres (59ft) up in the air, be ready to enjoy a breathless tree-top experience.
The Arboretum is home to some of the finest specimens of trees from all over the world. It contains very old examples to recently planted unique trees from recent Kew plant collecting expeditions.
Horticulture at the Royal Botanic Gardens, is a multi-purpose activity: it aims at supporting the institution's research programme and keeping on providing a high-quality visit. It is an hard mission to create this particular balance: to maintain and extend the extraordinary botanical collections and to deal with the tourist and economic potential of these gardens.

Holder of the London pass will be delighted to visit Kew's Royal Botanical gardens for free. London Pass will make your stay in UK unforgettable. Buy your London Pass and visit Britain.

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