Spring is, with daffodils, crocuses, bluebells, and more unusual plants such as the beautiful snake’s head fritillary in full bloom, a great time to visit the famous Botanic Garden. Enjoy the seasons and explore glasshouses, landscapes and 250 years of history at the world’s most famous garden. Climb to the treetop (if you are not scared of heights!), walk through the rainforest or discover more of Kew on a guided tour.
Easter at Kew Gardens in London is taking place Fri 29 March – Sun 14 April 2013, 9.30am-close.
© Kew Gardens
Easter Sunday itself is the day of the Easter egg hunt at Kew. Kids can search around the gardens and collect tokens to be exchanged for an Easter chocolate treat.
The Easter egg hunt takes place on Sunday 31st March 2013. There’s usually face paint too!
Of other special events this Easter there’s the Chocolate Quest, a trial where you can explore the history of chocolate.
There’s several nice cafe’s and restaurant within the garden, but we usually bring a picnic.
Kew is easy accessible by public transport or by car. See more at kew.org/visit-kew-gardens/