Design By Nature


Royal Botanic Gardens Art & Sculpture

Kew-Gardens-The-GroundsKew-Foot-Bridge-v1Kew-Mushrooms-v2Fungi Fairy Ring ‘ at The Royal Botanic Garden, Kew – By Tom Hare

My memories of visiting Kew the last time I went there was a school trip on a raining day with other pupils in a humid conservatory. Wasn’t the lasting memory I wanted to have the Royal Botanic Gardens.

It has been too many years since I last saw the gardens. There was no longer any more excuses not to visit, as it is just a few train rides away from where I live in London.

As well as housing the world’s largest botanic plants, on the grounds, Kew has some interesting art and architecture also.

For all of the scientific and educational aspects of Kew Gardens, I am drawn towards the art sculptures that are displayed on the grounds the most.

If you ever visiting London, put Kew Gardens on top on your list of things to do, and see. Check out Kew Gardens for the latest attractions.


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