Best London Gardens to Visit This Spring

Need a little time outdoors? Too much desk time, kids driving you crazy, or just a craving for fresh air and beautiful sights? Whatever your reason, whether you’re a resident or on holiday, here are 5 of the best London Gardens to visit this spring:

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Hampton Court Palace Gardens

Where the annual flower show goes on, with lots of striking scenery and blooms you won’t want to miss. The Gardens—all 60 acres of them—date back to Henry VIII.

Buckingham Palace Gardens

The Rose Garden and the wisteria that cover the Summer House are top stops for anyone who tours Buckingham Palace Gardens. Compared to Hampton Court, it’s only 39 acres, but that still leaves lots of room to explore.

Kew Gardens (Royal Botanical Gardens)

Like stepping into a fairytale, you can walk and wander the paths and road that cross through or meander the bright and lushly planted landscape.

Kyoto Japanese Garden

If you really need some time and a space to relax, here’s the place. A smaller garden located in Holland Park that is traditionally designed and perfect for peaceful contemplation.

Fulham Palace Gardens

Portions of this garden and brickwork date back to the 1700s. With some rarer species of plants and flowers, it’s the perfect garden for history and flower lovers alike.

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