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What to see at the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew

Our iconic glasshouses, historic buildings, formal gardens, arboretum, water features and art galleries provide a unique setting where you can explore scientifically important plant collections, botanical art exhibitions and the 250 year history of the Gardens in which they are housed.

Attractions at Kew A-Z

A couple and child standing in The Hive looking upwards

The Hive

The Hive is a unique, multi-sensory experience designed to highlight the extraordinary life of bees. A feat of British engineering, it stands 17 metres tall, set in a wildflower meadow.
Aerial view of the Treetop Walkway

Treetop Walkway

Explore the treetop canopy 18 metres above the woodland floor. Designed by Marks Barfield architects (who created the London Eye) this unique visitor attraction allows you to walk through the treetops and see views right across London.
Victoria amazonica, giant waterlily at Kew

Waterlily House

The Waterlily House is the hottest and most humid environment at Kew. In summer the pond is home to giant waterlilies, lotus and other exotic plants. Find it next to the Palm House.

Woodland Garden

Woodland Garden and Temple of Aeolus

An area designed to emulate a natural woodland, with the Temple of Aeolus set on the hill.