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Some of Kew's other famous attractions include glasshouses, water and wildlife areas, museums and galleries, themed plant collections, vistas and landscapes.

Bonsai trees inside the Bonsai House
Kew's Bonsai House displays up to ten miniature trees from Kew's collection, some of which are over 150 years old.
Exterior of the Davies Alpine House
Opened in 2006, the Davies Alpine House was the first new glasshouse to be commissioned for two decades. It is located at the north end of the Rock Garden.
Exterior of the Secluded Garden
Located between Elizabeth Gate and the Princess of Wales Conservatory, the Secluded Garden provides a quiet retreat for visitors.
The world’s largest remaining Victorian glasshouse is currently closed for vital restoration. Kew’s temperate plants are being cared for and refreshed through propagation in nursery glasshouses, ready for planting into new layouts and re-opening in 2018.
Photo of the Waterlily House in summer
This small, elegant glasshouse is another of Kew’s classic listed buildings.

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