Explore the Royal Botanic Gardens

Added by Mitchell Phun

The gardens of the entire world summarized and consolidated into one place in several greenhouses, outdoor parks, and orchards!

A fairly easy drive from London, a couple of minutes, parking is accessible and cheap. The entrance of the gardens cost about 15 Pound. But its worth it, trust me. The gardens feature so many things, from tropical to semi-arid, to the many flowers of the world. The restaurant / cafe features some of the U.Ks finest pastries too.

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ūü•áTop Contributor

4 months ago

Greenhouse

I normally prefer a more unkempt garden but the greenhouse, Lilly pads, and the variety of plants here are really amazing

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ūü•áTop Contributor

almost 2 years ago

Perfect for a Rainy Day

Rainy day in London...still want to get outdoors. This is the place to be. It is nice to escape the bustling city.

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