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Get a bird's eye view of our must-see attractions with this video:

Reclining Mother and Child, Henry Moore Sculpture at Kew Gardens
Experience an iconic Moore sculpture within the natural landscape of the Gardens.
The Marianne North Gallery at Kew Gardens
Born in 1830, Marianne North devoted her life to travelling the world and painting plants and the walls of this gallery are lined with hundreds of her paintings.
The Pagoda at Kew Gardens
Kew's iconic Pagoda was completed in 1762. The ten-storey octagonal structure is 163ft high (almost 50m) and is currently undergoing restoration.
Queen Charlotte's Cottage at Kew Gardens
In the late 18th century, this thatched cottage was a private haven for Queen Charlotte.
Photo of the interior of the Shirley Sherwood gallery
The Shirley Sherwood Gallery of Botanical Art is the first gallery in the world dedicated solely to botanical art.
The critically acclaimed structure The Hive encapsulates the story of the honey bee and the important role of pollination, through an immersive sound and visual experience.
Treetop Walkway seen from above
The Treetop Walkway stands in the Arboretum and offers spectacular views of the treetops and the gardens below.