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Christmas at Kew
Until Jan 3, 2021
Founded in 1840 by Lord Capel John of Tewkesbury, Kew Gardens remains one of the capital's most popular and unique attractions. A vast expanse that covers some 300 acres, Kew comprises numerous greenhouses, conservatories, fountains, rockeries, museums, lakes and meticulously kept parks and gardens, all dedicated to the wonders of the natural world.
Until January 3, 2021
In London, there are a few time-honored traditions that mark the arrival of the Yuletide season, from the Oxford Street Christmas lights to a myriad of festive flea markets. But topping the considerable list is Christmas At Kew, an illuminating experience perfect for all the family. The renowned after-dark trail is set to sparkle once more from mid-November to early January, returning for its eighth year running.
Kew, London TW9 3AB
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