Visit Kew Gardens and explore the world's largest collection of living plants, right in the middle of London on this podcast tour! You'll listen to expert botanist Tony and local journalist Claudia as you wander through glass pavilions admiring all the odd-looking plants!
Learn about the remarkable Marianne North and her impact on art, discover the architecture of Kew's two most famous follies as you walk along scenic passages. The self-guided podcast tour will also lead you around the Temperate House, the largest Victorian glasshouse in the world.
Let yourselves be transported to the sun-kissed landscapes of Southern Europe in the Mediterranean Garden and enter a living rainforest with some of its funkiest residents! Kew Gardens is also home to an artificial beehive, and the Princess of Wales Conservatory. Follow this glassy labyrinth as you walk through a series of fascinating ecosystems. Just remember to watch out for your fingers - there might be some meat-eating plants along the way!