It’s that time of year when we head out in search of ‘something Christmassy to do’, and few places capture the festive magic quite like Kew Gardens.
Now in its third year, Christmas at Kew is a must for anyone looking to indulge in the fairytale of the festive season.
What to expect? Well you can wander beneath unique tree canopies drenched in Christmas hues and gaze at glowing waterside reflections as clusters of illuminated fountains dance in an explosion of colour set against the iconic Palm House.
Then walk through playful ribbons of light, count the Christmas trees festooned with seasonal cheer and listen to the Choir of the Holly Bushes as they twinkle in time to festive music.
Don’t forget to stroll down the avenue of larger than life winter flora and stop at the scented Fire Garden for a moment of reflection. Take time with family and friends to ponder the year almost over and look forward to the year to come.
Sounds pretty lovely, eh?
We recommend completing your visit with the ultimate Christmas treat; whether it’s a spiced cider, mulled wine or hot chocolate, while toasting your own marshmallows.
For the young ones, the playful atmosphere of White Peaks will welcome you with a Victorian carousel, helter skelter and other family attractions, including the chance to say hi to Santa.
Book your tickets for Christmas at Kew today via Ticketmaster.co.uk, open until Saturday 2 January, excluding 7, 8, 14, 15, 24 and 25 December 2015.