Kew Gardens & Kew Palace.

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Kew Garden & Exclusive Tour of Kew Palace.
The most renowned gardens in the world.
There are many world-class attractions to see and experience at Kew Gardens. From Historic buildings and glasshouses to inspirational gardens and landscapes.  Whatever time of year or the weather Kew has something for everyone.  
Talk-Tourism has created this unique event in the Royal Botanical Gardens. You will get the most from the day with your own tour manager organising an exclusive guided tour of Kew Palace and use of the “The Kew Explorer” people mover which enables you to get an excellent overall view of the 120 hectares (300 acres) of Kew. The current route has stops close to buildings and areas of interest within the Gardens, and your 'Explorer' ticket enables you to get on and off at any of the stops throughout the day.
Kew Palace is within the grounds of Kew Gardens. We have arranged your exclusive tour of Kew Palace. The palace was well known as sanctuary for King George III during his bouts of illness, presumed as 'madness' but now known to have been porphyria. Queen Charlotte, his devoted wife, spent her last days at 'dear Kew' before she passed away in her bedroom at Kew Palace. And two of their sons, including the Duke of Kent, father to the future Queen Victoria, were married in the first floor Drawing Room. The palace hosted the private 80th Birthday party of HM The Queen in April 2006. Not to be missed is the palace garden named the Queens Garden which has been restored to their original setting to include plants used for medicinal purposes.
The Rhizotron and Treetop Walkway is a permanent attraction in the heart of Kew Gardens, designed by the architects of the London Eye.  The energetic can climb up from tree root to tree top for an amazing view. Firstly, journey underground amongst the tree roots in the Rhizotron. Then climb or use the lift 18metres up to our Treetop Walkway to enjoy a trees-eye view of Kew with some amazing views across the Gardens. Along the way learn more about how trees work, and their impact on the world around us.
Everyone is provided with a garden map, making it easy to explore the gardens at leisure. Take a stroll through the gardens using the Sackler Crossing Bridge which allow you to cross the lake and connects the two art galleries. You can visit the many plant houses including the Palm, Water Lilly and Alpine Houses. 
Take a picnic or use one of the several restaurants within the gardens, including the Orangery.  

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