Kew Gardens is one of the most magical places I have ever gone. From the statues lining the borders of the garden, to the big houses that old Kings lived and died in. Its an amazing place to visit, the colours of the mass array of flowers and plants dotted all around the acres of land are perfect in every way and form.
Its the perfect place for everyone, I saw a lot of families, with both older and younger children. Elderly people walking round, we went with my grandma and she loved it. Couples and teens were also surrounding the paths and extraction. Which shows just how it attracts any age and any type of person.
Every part of the day, had a scene from Narnia every corner we turned. This human sized bird cage (the only way I can describe it) was beautiful and stunning in every way. The colours and the design made it extravagant and seem posh. Its was great for both blog and Instagram pictures, as you will see. Most of the Gardens were great for that if im completely honest.
This Garden has so much history crammed into it, Kings and Queens lived there years ago and died there, the items they used still placed in their old house. Gardens kept to the standard they would have been, by dedicated gardens, who should be high praised. Facts about the Royal family who lived there and rooms that haven’t changed at all. Rooms that had little colour of wallpaper and were just wooden and basic and something you wouldnt live to live it, to rooms that has silk and the most stunning colours and wooden floors that have with held all the history. Beds that are only fit for a King or Queen with the most expensive bedding and silk throws. History runs through Kew Gardens to a great extent.
I could visit this time after time. We didnt get to see everything in great detail in the time we were there, it also kills your feet so wear a good pair of shoes. But i do recommend this to everyone no matter who you are, great day out, great beauty and something that seems like a secret garden and a half.