A feast for the senses in every season, Wakehurst – Kew’s wild botanic garden in Sussex – features more than 500 acres of stunning ornamental gardens, woodlands, lakes and a private nature reserve. Highlights include the walled gardens, a newly designed winter garden and wetland boardwalks. There are rare, beautiful and amazing plants at every turn, including rhododendrons,magnolias and Japanese maples. In the woodlands you’ll find many spectacular trees, including a grove of monkey puzzles, giant redwoods and much more. You can also visit the Millennium Seed Bank and learn about the vital conservation work of Kew Science.