See over 300,000 different types of plants at Kew Gardens. The gardens were started in 1759 by Princess Augusta and are ... More
See over 300,000 different types of plants at Kew Gardens. The gardens were started in 1759 by Princess Augusta and are located on a 300-acre (121-hectare) site. The greenhouses here are architectural marvels, and are a must-visit attraction. They include the Japanese Pagoda, the Palm House, and Queen Charlotte's Cottage. Throughout the year, themed gardens keep things fresh.
Fantastic trip just outside London proper. Not only the gardens but the small town of Kew is well worth the trip via the Tube. If you love gardening and want to see a typical English town this is the place for you.
The Richmond Park Is A Privately Owned Hotel In The heart of richmond town centre. recently refurbished it still retains
the 18th century facade and assures a warm welcome. some rooms overlook the river thames. local attractions include hampton ...
Queen Victoria was born in this palace in 1819, and Princess Margaret and other royals also resided here. A Jacobean
mansion in Kensington Gardens (next to Hyde Park), Kensington Palace was the London residence of the late Diana, Princess ...
Situated next to Queen's University , the Botanic Gardens have provided a sanctuary from the pressures of city life since
1827. Especially prized is the iron and glass hothouse known as the Palm House a splendid example of Victorian ...