With 326 acres, four of which are under a glass, Kew Botanical Gardens contains the world’s largest and most diverse collection of living plants, with over 30,000 types of plants represented. The famous glasshouses ensure a fascinating visit even in winter, with ten climatic zones – from steamy rain forest to arid desert – in the Princess of Wales Conservatory and exquisite mountain terrain plants in the Davies Alpine House.

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