Kew Gardens has something for everyone, rain or shine. Children will love the treetop walkways, the Evolution House, the stag beetle loggery, badger sett and visiting the peacocks at the Waterlily pond.
On rainy days, your family can keep nice and dry in the glasshouses or have a look at some marine life in the aquatic displays.
There is also a unique indoor botanical-themed interactive play area where kids can climb into a plant to pollinate it, be eaten by a giant pitcher plant, or just run around and burn off some energy.
Have you ever been to Kew with the kids? What did you think?
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