Want something to do during you break from university? Come along to Kew gardens to see the amazing plants and wildlife in London. 

Kew Gardens has one of the most diverse collections of living plants of any botanic garden in the world. There are many different places to visit at Kew Gardens:

  • Temperate House- Discover rare and threatened plants in the world’s largest Victorian glasshouse.
  • Great Broad Walk Borders- Feast your senses on these rich, colourful borders; a striking walkway into the heart of Kew.

  • Rhododendron Dell- Enjoy the fragrances and rich textures of the magnificent rhododendron.

  • Woodland Garden and Temple of Aeolus- Enjoy gentle slopes and forest shade in this calming corner of the Gardens.

  • Davies Alpine House- Venture into high-altitude territory and experience the cool, dry and windy conditions that allow alpine plants to flourish. 

Kew Gardens is an accessible place, with flat paths all aorund the gardens. If you do have any accesible needs, please dont hesitate to contact us. 

Transport is not provided for this trip, you will need to make your own way there. 

If you have any questions please email: surecactivities@bucks.ac.uk